Nerd, geek or dork?

My friend and fellow writer Catherine Russell posted an interesting discussion of nerds vs. geeks. It's worth a read.

In that spirit, this venn diagram of has been floating around for a little while. For the sake of SEO completeness, let me point out that it addresses the questions: "What is a geek?", "What is a nerd?" and "What is a dork?"



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5 comments:

  1. I've never seen that diagram before, but it seems to fit; doesn't it? Thanks for posting it!

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  3. I think I float around all of these nodes from time to time.

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  4. Quite impressive job.
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