A girls guide to dating a geek
It's that time of the week where we give you someone to follow on Twitter.This week it's Geek's Guide to Dating author, occasional Geekosystem contributor, and Philadelphia enthusiast Eric Smith who tweets from @ericsmithrocks.Instead, Nicole wants us to look for a person we can expose to our interests and have the joy of sharing our worlds as we become adorable geek couples.Read More to write a weekly geek dating advice column. Read More To promote the book he's done a web series asking geeky couples about love, dating, marriage, and even how babby is formed.A pretty fun time is had by all, unless you're Diane, because not only was that guy a jerk to you, but you also don't exist.Read More , our own senior editor Glen Tickle and his wife Steph sat down to talk about how they met and give some advice to other relationship-seeking geeks.It was considered sort of nerdy to depend on a computer to match you up with a mate as opposed to the old-fashioned methods of hitting on strangers at bars or being introduced to someone by a coworker.But as time passed and technology improved, we started to do more and more stuff online – including romance.
Read More web series, George and Nicole encourage us to stop looking for someone who shares all of our exact and extremely specific interests.
Read More has finally hit store shelves and garnered great reviews, but its webseries still continues!
This week, copywriter Katie Slovin and her engineer husband James Slovin discuss not being afraid to tell people what your true interests are and broadening each others' potential This week, we talk about the three D's: Drones, Diane in 7A, and Dating Advice from Eric Smith, author of Geek's Guide To Dating.
He was sent to Europe the following year, where he was killed in the Battle of the Bulge in January 1945.
That person faces up to 12 months jail if they make a false declaration.