My Nerdiness

I admit it: I'm a nerd, and I have been for a very long time.

There are three "codes" floating around the web that allow people to classify their nerdiness: the Geek Code, OmniCode, and the Hacker Key. So, without further ado, here are my nerd classifications.


The most comprehensive of the codes is OmniCode. For an interpretation of my OmniCode, click here.

 ---------------------- OmniCode 0.1.6 -----------------------
 sxy cm185 kg117 esO.glasses sp= Ag1977.January anI&E hdd 
 Lo39.761905,-121.867733.California.Chico RlM Kd4x PeD.Lab MBISTJ FHS
 UF? IN6 AdC PrPerl(7)&Java(4)
 ----------- Omnicode -----------

Hacker Key

The Hacker Key was designed to be very concise. It's also pretty cryptic. For a description that makes sense, go to the Hacker Key Decoder.


The Geek Code

The Geek Code is the one that started it all. The problem is, it hasn't been updated in years. Still, I'm including my Geek Code here for historical purposes.

 Version: 3.1
 GB/IT/MU/O d- s+:+ a C++(++++)$ UL++++$ P+++$ L++$ E--- W+++$ N o? K? w$ 
 O-- M+(++) V? PS-(--) PE+ Y? PGP- t 5 X R- tv+ b++(+++)>++++ DI+++ D- G
 e+ h---- r+++ y++++
 ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

For an explanation of my codes, head over to the Geek Code Decoder.

Posted by Greg on March 24, 2009 at 5:30PM.

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