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Geek

Informal and somewhat derogatory; a new hire at a Wall Street trading firm. The term was popularized by the book Liar's Poker, which describes the author's experience as a bond trader on Wall Street in the 1980s.
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The Beach Boys were masters of visual geekery, which might explain Hal's choice of a similarly geeky name (it's the computer in 2001: A Space Odyssey).
But this is all a prelude to a pair of non-stop action sequences designed to wrap things up satisfactorily for fans of this kind of self-important but well-crafted effects geekery.
Technically, Watson makes no claims to any advanced geekery.
Alas Lads' Lounge hasn't made it to LA for the fun over the last few days but here's a few of the highlights for the grand-daddy of games geekery.
Gibson's original 'Robot' guitar wowed us back in 2008 with its roadie-killing, self-tuning abilities, and this limited-edition beauty cranks the geekery up to 11 by adding built-in effects such as echo, reverb and distortion.
We'll avoid the horror of Andrew Neil bellowing his opinions from a boat under the London Eye and the technological geekery of Jeremy Vine's new swingometer.
Firstborn has made a list that comprises CD ROMs, DVDs, computer games and other geekery.
MARTIN SMITH takes his weekly look at girls, games and geekery.
KAREN admits she wasn't a big Doctor Who fan before she got the role - and left the sci-fi geekery to mum Marie.
She defended sci-fi enthusiasts against charges of geekery, adding, 'There's no reason to call them geeks, any more you would someone who goes to see the same football team every week and spends money on the kits.
Comedy, geekery and games in one well-conceived slice of audio.