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The Geeks' Guide to World Domination: Be Afraid, Beautiful People

by Garth Sundem

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An amusing, giggle worthy, brain stopping, fact knowing or learning romp. I had so much fun, even if it is a glorified list of note worthy things. (Most of which I was very much already aware of, but even so!) ( )
  wanderlustlover | Jul 24, 2013 |
A fun book filled with facts and puzzles appealing to geek culture, in all of its many aspects. Really nothing amazing here as it is one of those fun, light reads you would expect from what is essentially a book of trivia. Still, Garth Sundem knows his audience and those who pick up the text should enjoy it. ( )
  Aerthos | Jan 26, 2011 |
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  bonniemay | Sep 29, 2010 |
Gift from my sister for Christmas. Full of fun facts, puzzles, and puns, it makes a suitable diversion for a boring afternoon. ( )
  DNWilliams | Jan 30, 2010 |
Funny AND educational.

I love this kind of book. One of the best of this genre I've read, I think.

Definitely have Wikipedia nearby for full enjoyment. Sometimes, you just gotta look it up for more info!

Only 4.5 stars instead of 5 because 1) it's lacking an index and 2) there are too many parts where it's obvious the author assumes only MALES are reading the book. Obviously, not true. ( )
  INTPLibrarian | Apr 8, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307450341, Paperback)

TUNE IN. TURN ON. GEEK OUT.
Sorry, beautiful people. These days, from government to business to technology to Hollywood, geeks rule the world.

Finally, here’s the book no self-respecting geek can live without–a guide jam-packed with 314.1516 short entries both useful and fun. Science, pop-culture trivia, paper airplanes, and pure geekish nostalgia coexist as happily in these pages as they do in their natural habitat of the geek brain.

In short, dear geek, here you’ll find everything you need to achieve nirvana. And here, for you pathetic nongeeks, is the last chance to save yourselves: Love this book, live this book, and you too can join us in the experience of total world domination.

become a sudoku god
brew your own beer
• build a laser beam
classify all living things
clone your pet
exorcise demons
find the world’s best corn mazes
grasp the theory of relativity
have sex on Second Life
injure a fish
join the Knights Templar
kick ass with sweet martial-arts moves
learn ludicrous emoticons
master the Ocarina of Time
pimp your cubicle
program a remote control
quote He-Man and Che Guevara
solve fiendish logic puzzles
touch Carl Sagan
unmask Linus Torvalds
visit Beaver Lick, Kentucky
win bar bets
write your name in Elvish

Join us or die, you will.
Begun, the Geek Wars have

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:34:08 -0400)

Collects activities and trivia, including five tricks to do with a Slinky, real-world applications of the Pythagorean Theorem, and absurdly complex alternative rock-paper-scissors configurations.

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