Dating service for nerdy girls
From the bottom of my heart, thank YOU for everything, geek friends. Carols are in full force on the radio, office parties are filling up your calendar, and shopping centers are brimming to capacity. It’s not only that you lack chemistry, or that conversation is awkward, but you are actually having a bad time. LJ spoke earlier about surviving awkward first dates and this article will expand on the idea that even bad dates can […] What kind of language do you use in your dating profile?A 6-question IQ test is required for full access, but beware: one of the questions is misspelled. As with any sort of online networking, it’s best to be safe and use common sense to protect yourself from identity theft, exploitation and shady behavior in general, but if you’re curious, these may be some good places to start.
December 31st will be the last day GDG will be around in its current state.
The site will remain up for the archives and the ebook.
In addition to traditional features found on most dating sites, it offers an international “Geek Events” calendar, multimedia success stories, and a link to its cafepress store where, if you meet “the one” and get all domestic together, you can buy your future tyke a “Sweet on Geeks” bib.
Geek 2 Geek ( – Calls itself “the best place online to meet geeks.” Offers free profiles & message center, snarky polls, top ten lists and nerd-specific dating tips.
Registration is required for most features, and paid memberships are available with additional perks. The entire site is free, but full functionality requires registration.
Intellect Connect ( – For “the artsy and intellectually curious.” A fairly basic site with an event calendar focusing on 10 major U. IQCuties ( – Feels a little like a throwback to Friendster (the forgotten forefather of today’s social web) with little emphasis on search criteria and lots of space for members to list favorite movies & music and join various groups.