An Irrational Anthem For Pi Day

Happy Pi Day! Michael John Blake, an Austin-based musician and one half of the band Quebec Antique has put together this cool little piece of music based on Pi to 31 decimal places. I can’t decide if it’s really clever, … Read More

Top 10 Geeky Fonts

There are two sorts of geeky fonts. First there are the ones that appeal to typography nerds because of their creator, history, mathematical beauty or whatnot.

Then there are fonts that appeal to geeks because they play on our geeky nostalgia, … Read More

The Emily Dickinson Reader

The Emily Dickinson Reader

When you hear “Emily Dickinson,” you probably think of descriptions like prolific, eccentric, poetic, and reclusive.​ But “laugh-out-loud funny” probably isn’t high on the list. Paul Legault is here to remedy that with The Emily Dickinson Reader: An English-to-English Translation, Read More

GeekDad Builds the Lego Tower Bridge

GeekDad Builds the Lego Tower Bridge

Heavy snows and cold temperatures leave little minds bored and searching for something to do. So on a recent weekend, we tackled Lego’s newest large-sized architectural model, the Tower Bridge. This London icon was reproduced with just over 4,200 bricks. Read More

Random Geek Roundup #3

Welcome to the third installment of Random Geek Roundup! This is where I collect a variety of links and sites and products that have come across my virtual desk in recent days. Just because you’ve discovered a specific interesting tidbit …]]> Read More