Geekstar November 30, 2005Asides, MetaGeekstarMatt My business card apparently got me in this geekstar list. Geekstar is undefined in the urban dictionary. Share this:Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) Related Posts
11 thoughts on “Geekstar”
I think we need to see a scan of this “business card”.
That’s sweet. I can tell people to spell my full name as close as they can and do that… Google corrects most popular spelling mistakes.
I can do it too, but I had to cheat by making up a word, rock on matt !
That’s great! My work in commenting far and wide across the internet has led to my name being synonymous with the Scribble Designs site. And at one point, my name wasn’t even on the Scribble site!
I agree with Robert, though – let’s see a scan Matt!
um, we all know what it means! but matt can attest to the part where i did try to get a scan of the card. anytime i get one, i’ll update the site! anyone with more ideas for toptensources, lemme know.
i’m going to change my last name to ‘slutsky.’ Serious.
That’s not fake, it’s her real name. It rhymes with chute.
I used to be the number one Cyndy on Google when my blog was on its own domain. (Though interestingly searches for ‘purple lilacs’ bring it up on the first page — and it never came up with those search words before.) Alas, no more. Though if you search my first and last name, my domain does show up first….that’s something.
Why do I not have a copy of this card? I still have the “other” one 😉