If there is anything in the world
Void loves, it’s a complex system that he can learn and exploit in
video games. When he found out about Hitman, he jumped in and loved
it so much, he gifted it to Beej just so this episode could
For a lot of people, YouTube pretty
much is the internet. It’s the world’s second largest search engine
(next to Google, obvs), so we wanted to discuss how we use YouTube,
get some great channels out there to you guys, and also find out
what you’re watching and how you use.
We are both going through pretty
major life transitions right now, and we expect some of you are,
too. We wanted to discuss how we’re coping with them so that maybe
your life can get just a little easier.
Mostly talking about new jobs because
that’s the kind of...
Geeks love toys. And collecting
things. It’s just kind of what we do. So we wanted to talk about
that for a while, and really dig in deep about the kind of
knick-knacks that we keep around us at all times, those that are
special, and the kinds we just don’t care...
We started Geek to Geek because we really want there to be a safe, welcoming, positive geek community. The most important part of geekdom is the people. We want to get together and talk about what it's like to be responsible adults with jobs and families while still making time for the things we love. We want to make friends and, most importantly, make sure that everyone feels appreciated and that there's a place for them. So whether your love is video games, comic books, movies, TV, fitness, knitting, woodworking, whatever...come geek out with us.
We don't do toxic, and we don't do nerdrage. Our views on geekdom are positive and optimistic.
Tightly focused discussions on specific topics drive the show. Striving to illustrate that it is entirely possible to be mega-geeks and lead happy adult lives, we want to be your friend and create an open and positive geek community for everyone.
Wanna be friends?