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By Deane Barker on May 28, 2003
I’m just a “Geek”. 24.65483%
26.42998% – Total Geek
The dividing line must be 25%. So close. If I had just read another Star Trek novel…
Dare to dream.
30.37475% Total Geek here. Of course I gave myself 5 check marks at the end for “Has written a quarterly column called ‘Stump the Geek.'”
BTW – Welcome back Deane.
14.59566% – Geekish Tendencies
Man, you guys are dorks.
You guys are making me feel awful. I ranked 45.16765% – Super Geek, and the test omitted a LOT of things: computer science club president, developed own computer language, collect maps… The other day, my wife and I were discussing chemical formulas and atomic bonding in a restaurant. She told the waitress to take our order in a minute–after she figured out the results of a particular chemical reaction. And my wife is cool next to me. :( < -look I even use emoticons.
8.2something – Poser …. not even on the scale.
i need some new friends.
30.96647% – Total Geek
but, HEY! did you write your own code for this site???? Is it HTML??? Would you share it with me????
81.00583 – Geek God!
Hmmm….you figured my score would be higher than 31%. That test wasn’t very detailed. I think running a DC (distributed computing) farm, multiple flavors of Linux and the the BSD’s, programming non-stop in C, scripting in shell & perl, programming device drivers, developing the kernal, understanding public key cryptography, and being a self-taught linux admin at age sixteen would make for a higher geek score…
Major Geek – borderline next category…. yes, I am a double major in math and computer science, yes, I read math books and computer science manuals for the hell of it, yes I have opted to do this instead of go to parties on friday and saturday nights.
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