Science Is Sexy: Will Nanobots Save Us From Cancer?

By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] By now, everyone and their mother has heard of nanotechnology and how it is either going to save us or obliterate us in a sea of gray goo.  What exactly IS it, though?  Well like microbiology, the field is too vast to describe effectively beyond “things happening on […]

Ten Ways to be a Healthier, Maybe Even Sexier Geek

Summer approaches, and if you’re like me, the life of a geek tends to make thoughts of stepping out in front of other people in your bathing suit a little terrifying. Wii Fit aside, many games (*cough*DragonAge*cough*) play to our obsessive sides, and make it so easy to spend hours with our rear ends parked […]

Forget the iPad, This 1984 Macintosh Runs OS X Snow Leopard

Now this is hard core geek awesome. As a long-time Mac user, myself, I was absolutely floored by this Instructables piece by gmjhowe. Here were his guidelines—the end result is nothing short of gorgeous: 1.  Do not alter, cut, deform, change, or break the original Mac in anyway, I wanted to be able to return […]

Steampunk Octopi for the Home by Anthropologie

One of my favorite things about steampunk in general is the aesthetic and combining it into my own decor. But it’s not just about brass, knobs, and beakers. No, because steampunk takes from the Victorian period, it draws on some really stunning designs in fabric, wood, and architecture in general. The Steampunk Home is a […]

Contest: Help Us Design a T-Shirt, Get a T-Shirt + a $25 Gift Certificate!

Hey everyone, since we haven’t done any contests in a while, we thought of a little something to let you guys have a bit of fun. The idea is to think about some cool geeky quotes that would make for some interesting t-shirt designs. Just leave your suggestions in the comments section below, and early […]

Science is Sexy: How Does the Body Defend Against Diseases?

By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] We live in a world governed not by the biggest creatures, but by the smallest.  Our bodies act as vessels for all that we call “ourselves,” forming a barrier between “out there” and “in here.”  While that barrier is not as simple as a wall or a single membrane, […]