Adult chat for nerds
First off, I have to thank each and every one of you that entered this contest.It’s not easy to share your personal tales of romantic triumph and tragedy with (mostly futile) hopes of winning a free T-shirt, but nearly 300 of you did. I found your insights to be touching and, at times, surprisingly heartbreaking. Unfortunately, I only had two TR shirts to give away.From hard science fiction to dystopian fiction to everything in between.Books Mentioned in Today's episode Dare Mighty Things by Heather Kaczynski Hyperion by Dan Simmons The Martian by Andy Weir Artemis by Andy Weir Seveneves by Neal Stephenson The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones The Last One by Alexandra Olivia Red Rising series by Pierce Brown Iron Gold by Pierce Brown The Fifth Season by N. Jamison Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L'engle Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie Provenance by Ann Leckie He, She and It by Marge Piercy Cinder by Marissa Meyer Old Man's War by John Scalzi Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdhrich Say Hello!If you have reached this point, you must really value what we produce and read us a lot.
Half an hour after peak viewing time of the 2017 Solar Eclipse, Jill sat down with three of her colleagues (including first time caller, long time listener Bob) to discuss science fiction!
By Caerley Hill Geeks, nerds, dorks, dweebs ‒ whatever you want to label the technically inclined, you can’t deny that the geek is chic or nerdy by nature culture is here. The media helped shape the iconic tape-on-the-glasses, DND-player that we think of when someone says geek or nerd.
But the IT pro has traditionally been up there among the images that come to mind for a geek or nerd.
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