50 things a geek should know

50 things a geek should know

Do you consider yourself a ‘geek’? Are you sure? Then why don’t we put that to the test and see if you check out on the 50 things a geek should know.


This infographic shows a checklist of all things ‘geeky’, ranging from movies and television, computers and technology, all the way to the internet and video games. So if you already know how to give the Vulcan “Live Long and Prosper” hand sign and work your way around a Linux OS, then you’re off to a good start.


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And that’s it! So how did you guys fare? Share your score in the comments field below.


This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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14 Responses

  1. dorky says:

    50 Things a Dork should know naman please. By one and only freking syempre hahahaha!

  2. robby says:

    “there is no place like” is not really correct. The ip address is the equivalent of localhost not home.

  3. oh cmon says:

    A geek would NEVER admit that he/she is a geek, nerds would NEVER admit they are nerds. And same goes to hipsters.

  4. Iyan Sommerset says:

    As a geek, I find most of these too mainstream/stereotypical. Too much plain mention of “popular geek culture” without actual understanding of what makes a geek a geek. Hell, not even a mention of THAC0 in the last category.

  5. madduck says:

    people claim they’re geek, but they’re not. they think it’s cool that some would think of them as such because it comes with a reputation of being smart. but they are not smart, at all.

  6. Glenn says:

    IMHO, being a geek is just another trend. Geeks are the new emo. Everyone suddenly wants to become a one.

  7. junjun says:

    this article makes the term “geek” overrated, just sayin.

  8. Pat says:

    geeky ba talaga ang bitcoin farming?

  9. Jim says:

    1337 5p34k means Leet Speak
    sa pinas jejemon sa america leet
    Leet=Jejemon :)

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