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Want to find nerdy events in your area, but aren’t sure where to look? Tired of constantly scouring the web to find geeky events near you and wish there was a simple solution? The new app Nerd Out might be just the thing you are looking for!

Want to find nerdy events in your area, but aren’t sure where to look? Tired of constantly scouring the web to find geeky events near you and wish there was a simple solution? The new app Nerd Out might be just the thing you are looking for!

Sick of Pokemon? There's a Chrome extension for that     - CNET  Pikachu I choose not to see you.  The PokeGone Chrome extension promises to filter out all Pokemon-related content.                                              PokeGone                                          Pokemon fever is everywhere with the past weeks meteoric rise of the Pokemon Go augmented reality app for Android and iOS devices. People are scrambling from Pokestop to Pokestop and loitering at gyms where their…

Sick of Pokemon? There's a Chrome extension for that - CNET Pikachu I choose not to see you. The PokeGone Chrome extension promises to filter out all Pokemon-related content. PokeGone Pokemon fever is everywhere with the past weeks meteoric rise of the Pokemon Go augmented reality app for Android and iOS devices. People are scrambling from Pokestop to Pokestop and loitering at gyms where their…

Craigslist missed connections are now basically PokéStopsNEW YORK NY - JULY 11: (L to R) Michelle Macias and Sameer Uddin play Pokemon Go on their smartphones outside of Nintendos flagship store July 11 2016 in New York City.  Image: Drew Angerer/Getty Images  By Sophie Hirsh2016-07-11 21:15:34 UTC  Thanks to the new addictive app Pokémon Go millennial missed connections are on the rise.  A slew of Pokémon Go trainers posted missed connection ads on Craigslist for people they interacted with…

Craigslist missed connections are now basically PokéStopsNEW YORK NY - JULY 11: (L to R) Michelle Macias and Sameer Uddin play Pokemon Go on their smartphones outside of Nintendos flagship store July 11 2016 in New York City. Image: Drew Angerer/Getty Images By Sophie Hirsh2016-07-11 21:15:34 UTC Thanks to the new addictive app Pokémon Go millennial missed connections are on the rise. A slew of Pokémon Go trainers posted missed connection ads on Craigslist for people they interacted with…

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The all new Nerd Out App is an innovative way to bring nerds together. It’s easy to use allowing the user to open the location-based app and see exactly what nerdtastic events are happening and when. From cult movies to comic cons and every nerdy thing between, it’s the only app bringing people together in the nerd universe. It’s a one-stop shop for information on nerdy events.

The all new Nerd Out App is an innovative way to bring nerds together. It’s easy to use allowing the user to open the location-based app and see exactly what nerdtastic events are happening and when. From cult movies to comic cons and every nerdy thing between, it’s the only app bringing people together in the nerd universe. It’s a one-stop shop for information on nerdy events.

Today's event was hosted both by The Perky Nerd and the fine folks at Nerd Out, a new app that aggregates all the geeky events in your area in one app. Yeah, there's an app for that now and it's pretty awesome. Event coverage isn't quite nationwide yet, but they're working on it. For us Californians, though, coverage of events looks pretty extensive, but even if you're not in California, you should snag the app anyway.

Today's event was hosted both by The Perky Nerd and the fine folks at Nerd Out, a new app that aggregates all the geeky events in your area in one app. Yeah, there's an app for that now and it's pretty awesome. Event coverage isn't quite nationwide yet, but they're working on it. For us Californians, though, coverage of events looks pretty extensive, but even if you're not in California, you should snag the app anyway.

Thoughts on the last Flash episode The Tick is coming back. Indiana Jones 5 has been green lit New Doctor Who companion has been cast. Nerd Out App

Thoughts on the last Flash episode The Tick is coming back. Indiana Jones 5 has been green lit New Doctor Who companion has been cast. Nerd Out App

Ever wish you could find something fun and nerdy to do in your town?! Are you in a new town like me? That is where my good nerd girlfriend Your Friend Elle's new app Nerd Out...comes in!!!  Nerd Out is available now in the App Store and Google Play for FREE!

Ever wish you could find something fun and nerdy to do in your town?! Are you in a new town like me? That is where my good nerd girlfriend Your Friend Elle's new app Nerd Out...comes in!!! Nerd Out is available now in the App Store and Google Play for FREE!

not sure if i agree with some of the conclusions drawn at the end, but an interesting topic    http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2012/02/syria_uprising_twitter_and_social_media_revolution_fatigue_.html

not sure if i agree with some of the conclusions drawn at the end, but an interesting topic http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2012/02/syria_uprising_twitter_and_social_media_revolution_fatigue_.html

Do Jolla users really want Android apps?    Surely if someone wanted their beloved Android apps so much they’d just go out and buy an Android device. Why would they risk the chance that their favourite apps may not be able to run on Jolla Sailfish? So who exactly are Jolla trying to be impressing, the geeks and nerds amongst us or the hundreds of millions of untapped consumers?

Do Jolla users really want Android apps? Surely if someone wanted their beloved Android apps so much they’d just go out and buy an Android device. Why would they risk the chance that their favourite apps may not be able to run on Jolla Sailfish? So who exactly are Jolla trying to be impressing, the geeks and nerds amongst us or the hundreds of millions of untapped consumers?

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