Current Geek 16: “Hell no, we won’t go…”

Join Tom and I as we talk about a psychology professor at Bennington College who thinks terms like “nerd” and “geek” are damaging, like racial epithets, and need to be banned. Ironically, Dr. David Anderegg is also the author of a book called Nerds: who they are and why we need more of them.

And, we get a great reader submission about do-it-yourself VOIP action.

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~ by Scott on December 28, 2009.

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