While not all geeks are parents, as geek generations grow older more and more parents are geeks. This week’s One Geek to Another discusses some of the most common geek-parent faux pas, and how to avoid them.
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). In honor of all the brave souls who will spend the next 30 days churning out a 50K word novel, One Geek addresses one form of Writer’s Block and how to get around it.
One Geek to Another, an advice column for geeks, wrestles with the tricky difference between being persistent and being annoying.
One Geek, a weekly advice/etiquette column for the geek world, responds to a reader’s letter about office food policies and how to deal with a mannerless co-worker.
One Geek to Another, an ongoing advice guide to the ethics and etiquette of the geek life, touches on etiquette for texting.
One Geek to Another, an ongoing advice guide to the ethics and etiquette of the geek life, addresses a reader’s question about how to “invite” one member of their gaming group to leave.
Welcome to One Geek to Another, an ongoing advice guide to the ethics and etiquette of the geek life. Sometimes, it will be me talking about whatever etiquette and ethics topic strikes my fancy or seems particularly appropriate at the time. Other times, I’ll field questions from readers, offering my best suggestions on how to deal with questions about geek social interaction, professional situations or relationship challenges.