Geek test

by Esther Schindler

This geek test isn't just about computers.

I scored: 29.78304% - Total Geek

Comments

You filled out all of these boxes? You ARE a geek.

Volker Weber, 2003-06-01

Well, so did I (using Mozilla Firebird) but couldn't retrieve a result, "This guestbook is full"... :-(
Now, does that make me a geek? And if so, on what level of geekiness according the rating scheme mentioned beneath the test form?

Ragnar Schierholz, 2003-06-01

35.10848% - Major Geek

Jens-Christian, 2003-06-01

Super Geek @ 46.35108%
There were no questions about HINTERNET !
http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2003/01/10/3/?nc=1

14.59566% - Geekish Tendencies. Thank God for that... ;-)

Ben Poole, 2003-06-02

29.98% - Total Geek. But I was robbed! No quesitons about Dr. Who. ;-)

Richard Schwartz, 2003-06-02

62.13018% - Extreme Geek

... I need a life

Chris Toohey, 2003-06-02

Chris -- what would you do with a life if you had one?

--Esther
who had a real life once but forgot where she downloaded it from

Esther Schindler, 2003-06-02

Well, I'm reminded of a conversation I had with my wife when discussing what our plans are after the kids are grown and off into the real world:

me - "Y'know what I want to do..."
my wife - "Oh yeah..." and a come-hither look.
both together - "... take a nap!"

Chris Toohey, 2003-06-02

Mine was about 18.1%. I thought they must have made a mistake, but when I see all of you able to quote your exact score out to five decimal places, maybe they have a point.

Oh, but I have known Pi to 25 places since I was ten, so that should count for something.

Ben Langhinrichs, 2003-06-03

Ctrl+C & Ctrl+P gives you an additional 2 points! :-D

Chris Toohey, 2003-06-03

and Ctrl+V gives you another 5 (I need a nap)!

Chris Toohey, 2003-06-03

I think I have peaked as a geek -
http://radio.weblogs.com/0112769/2003/06/04.html#a237

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