July 9, 2016 @ 7:45 AM

The New York Times ran an article two years ago describing the age of the new geeks. In his article, the author, Noam Cohen, declared "We're All Nerds Now". He was certainly right in his estimation of society's new acceptance standard for nerds and geeks in the post-internet world. Living in a world of smart phones and the Internet of Things, we are nerds now by necessity.

Mr. Cohan's article focused on Randall Munroe, a young NASA robotics expert. Mr. Munroe isn't just a nerdy robotics engineer, however; he has a charming sense of humor which he shares with the world in his comic strip called "xkcd." Mr. Munroe describes his on-line humor as a webcomic with a mix of romance, math, sarcasm, and ...

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