Geek Valentine's Day gifts 2010: I was going to write a special "Geek gifts for Valentine's Day" article here today, but as I looked around for new gift ideas, I realized that it's so close to the other holidays that not much has changed since then.
Great geek gift ideas for under $20: Getting ready for a geek birthday, or a holiday office party where you have to by a geek gift for under $20? Or just shopping for a gift for your geek, and trying to find a great geek gift for less than $20?
If so, you've come to the right place. I've gone through hundreds of items and found my personal favorite geek gifts for 2009 for $20 or less, and collected a baker's dozen of them right here.
Holiday geek gift ideas: Need a geek gift idea for under $10? If you're looking for a geek gift idea for a friend for under $10, or are going to an office party and need a $10 gift idea, we're here to help you. In this article we've sifted through hundreds of geek gift ideas to find the best gifts for geeks we can find at less than $10.
Okay, this geek gift idea isn't for me, but if you have a young geek child, it might be a very cool geek gift for them. A friend of mine linked up to this Star Wars "Tauntaun Sleeping Bag" on Facebook, and it immediately made me think of my nephew.
Looking for a great geek gift idea - BuckyBalls! After seeing an ad for "BuckyBalls" on my website, I got curious about what they are. Turns out they are very cool! (I love magnetic toys.)
BuckyBalls are magnetic balls, or as they call them, "BuckyBalls Magnetic Building Spheres." Here's a quick BuckyBalls description from the ThinkGeek website:
In another Christmas/holiday geek gift idea, ThinkGeek currently has a cool "Multicolor LED Panel Lamp" which I think is pretty cool.
The lamp consists of 27 LED lights, divided into 9 different squares, and the squares slowly fade (randomly, of course) between all the colors in the rainbow. The squares are then combined into a 10" panel that then either stands upright, or can be mounted on a wall.
One item I forgot to include on any of my "geek gift ideas" holiday shopping lists are the Bose Around-Ear headphones. I spent almost $300 on different headphones and earbuds last year, until I finally bought a set of these headphones earlier in 2009.
Here's what I like about the Bose Around-Ear headphones:
If you're willing to spend up to a thousand dollars or so on your favorite geek, first of all I have to say that's pretty darn generous of you. And second, here are some more geek gift ideas: gifts I'd be happy to receive for this 2009 holiday season.