The top 10 greatest geeks of all time

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    DJG said:
    ... but who the hell really knows?
    That is very true. :) And yes, other sources reported that he didn't like to give credit to others.

    DJG said:
    Either way, how many people have a programming language named after them, let alone one that's sponsored by the Department of Defense? Geeky enough for moi!
    She's still a genius and a true nerd in my book. :) Geek, though, we can only guess if she would be one had she been born in more modern times.? I wonder if she would have been working for Microsoft programming Windows 7, working in the open-source community, or working for the government stopping cyber-attacks? :)
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    Antman said:
    A nerd would know this. A geek might not. All geeks are nerds, not all nerds are geeks. This was the grave mistake detected.
    i know you aren't being 100% serious about this, but doesn't this statement contains at least one logic error?

    if all geeks are nerds, then all geeks would know....
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  3. Posts : 4,573
       #13

    mickey megabyte said:
    i know you aren't being 100% serious about this, but doesn't this statement contains at least one logic error?

    if all geeks are nerds, then all geeks would know....
    I am into self-reference and apostrophe theory. The post is an apostrophic self reference. And that is the grave mistake detected.
    Last edited by Antman; 22 Jul 2009 at 20:53. Reason: Gram'err
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    Antman said:
    I am into self-reference and apostrophe theory. The post is an apostrophic self reference. And that is grave mistake detected.
    i have no idea what you are going on about i guess i'll have to read ian lee?
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  5. Posts : 4,573
       #15

    Do not read this.
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  6. DJG
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    Antman said:
    Do not read this.
    What about braille, does that count as reading, or a different way of communication? Assuming anything worthwhile was being communicated? Is that the same as the sight of one eye blinking?
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       #17

    DJG said:
    What about braille, does that count as reading, or a different way of communication? Assuming anything worthwhile was being communicated? Is that the same as the sight of one eye blinking?
    In apostrophe theory, the meaning of a message exists in its reception, not the source. That is a fr'action of a definition, otherwise i'mpossible to define. It is the si'n of ommission.

    Braille is a set of arbitrary symbols used to communicate an idea. No different from any other writing system. Braille is a transmission medium. The missing 'ink if you will.
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  9. Posts : 4,573
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    Oh, Mickey you're so fine, you blow my mind. But, try harder.
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    And for the hearing impaired,

    DO NOT READ THIS.
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