Jade Raymond: 2007’s sexiest geek

Well folks, last year we did our own sexiest geek of the year poll, but unfortunately didn’t have time to do one this year due to our second anniversary contest.

Luckily, Wired took charge, compiling a list of potential candidates for the title and having their readers vote. The winner? Jade Raymond, a sexy, geeky girl who gained Net-celebrity status when she showed up all over the Web to promote Ubisoft’s latest game: Assassin’s Creed. Jade is also a fellow “Québécoise” and works barely 10 minutes away from where I am.


Want more? Here is the list of the other nominees for Wired’s top five sexiest geeks of 2007.

2- Kari Byron from Mythbusters. Kari is a San Francisco-based artist and television personality, best known for her featured role on the Discovery Channel show MythBusters. (Source: Wikipedia)

3- Danica McKellar. Danica is an American actress and mathematician. As a result of this unusual combination of interests, McKellar has an Erd?s–Bacon number of 6. She is best known for her role as Winnie Cooper in the television show The Wonder Years. (Source: Wikipedia)

4- Justine «iJustine» Ezarik from iJustine. Justine is a freelance graphic/web designer and video editor based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is best known as iJustine, a lifecaster who communicates directly with her hundreds of viewers on her Justin.tv channel, ijustine.tv. (Source: Wikipedia)

5- Amber «Amber Mac» MacArthur. Amber is a Canadian television and podcasting personality. Currenty, she creates a vidcast called commandN and co-hosts TWiT podcast net@nite. She is well known for the series Call for Help, but has also hosted on Torrent, Gadgets and Gizmos, and Inside the Net. (Source: Wikipedia)

Oh, and naturally… Leah Culver, the winner of our sexy geek poll last year, also got into the contest.

Candidates were submitted by readers and the contest was supposed to be for both male and female geeks. Unsurprisingly, very few guys were featured in the poll. Sorry girls! Maybe one female blogger from our audience should be starting a similar poll, but for male geeks only.