The Geek Handbook by Mikki Halpin
User Guide and Documentation for the Geek in Your Life

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He has reached every level of Myst. Her room is littered with soda cans. He idolizes Data from Star Trek®. But all your favorite geek really wants is to be understood....
Whether you're friends with a geek, work with one, love one, or hate one, The Geek Handbook provides handy instructions for analyzing and understanding all things geek, including:
How Your Geek Relates to Others
Geek organizations and gathering spots
Getting Your Geek to Exercise
Klingon™ martial arts as workout strategy
The Geek Diet
Soda, pizza, and other geek food groups; how to help your geek thrive

About Mikki Halpin

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Megan McAndrew is herself the daughter of expatriates. She grew up in France, Spain and Belgium before attending college in the United States. She worked in Warsaw, Poland, as a representative for the Financial Services Volunteer Corps. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her teenage son. Mikki Halpin wrote the essay "A Girl's Guide to Geek Guys" for "Bunnyhop, " and it quickly became an Internet classic, earning Mikki a special place in geekdom. She was editor in chief of the online magazine "Stim;" co-founded the classic 'zine "Ben Is Dead;" and has written for many publications, including "Wired, BookForum, Studio Mix, The Independent, " and "BUST." Currently she is a senior editor at "Oxygen, " a cross-media network for women. She lives in New York City.
Published March 14, 2001 by Pocket Books. 128 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Computers & Technology, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Non-fiction

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