Podcasts are consuming my life!

Zero items = I don't know what to listen to!

I almost NEVER listen to music anymore.  My 64 gig iphone has about 28 gigs of music on it, and my collection is substantially larger than that.  However, for the last 5 or 6 years, my addiction to podcasts has grown so much, that I can rarely keep up with all my weekly (and some […]

Veronica Mars: How did I miss this show for so long?

The main cast of Veronica Mars (season 3)

NOTE: This overall review of Veronica Mars the series and movie is spoiler-free, touching briefly on main story arcs, but going into no specific details.   On March 22nd, in an effort to take more advantage of my Amazon Prime account, I decided to pick a tv show I’d never watched and start going through […]

5 on Friday: ModCloth Lets You be Geek Chic by the Pool


FTC Disclosure Statement: This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.  It’s almost summer. Almost. I mean, it has to be right? Don’t remind me it snowed here in Indy earlier this week. This has been the longest winter I can remember and […]

Press Release: 64oz Games Launches Kickstarter to Make Tabletop Games for Visually Impaired


Independence is defined, roughly, as being able to do what you want, when you want, the way you want. When it comes to board gaming this has been an impossibility for the blind and visually impaired communities for far too long. Players are stuck relying on friends and family to make the decisions for them. […]

A DIY Farewell for Retiring Skaters


Derby is now and has always been based strongly in DIY culture. “For the skaters, by the skaters” is the creed we all live by. So when I saw the retired skater awards at last year’s Circle City Derby Girls’ end of season party, I was moved. These homemade, highly personalized trophies are the perfect […]

Around Indy: Culinary Collage


At Pure Geekery, we tend to focus on the purely fun aspects of Indianapolis life. Places like bookstores, gaming cafes, and museums. But it’s important to focus on those working to make Indianapolis a better place as well, which is where Fletcher Place Community Center comes in. Fletcher Place is a faith-based organization that provides […]

Around Indy: Game Paradise

Just one of the game shelves.

Yesterday (April 5) was the second annual International Tabletop Day, a day designated to celebrate analog gaming. I spent the day at Game Paradise in Fountain Square celebrating Frank from QuantumFit’s birthday. Game Paradise has been on my list of places to go for a while now so I was happy to have the kick […]

Building Your Personal Cloud


Oh the mysterious cloud. It’s that magical place where the Google and Dropbox fairies live. That place where nothing can go wrong (except when it does). And your data is safe (except when it’s not). Now, I love my cloud services. My Google Music allows me to listen wherever/whenever. Dropbox has backups of my eBooks. […]