The Geek Code is basicly a (small) part of Internet history. When I did the first incarnation of the code back in '93, it was as a lark. Eventually, it evolved into the form you see online now and has remained virtually unchanged since that time.
The following is an example Geek Code. If you are interested in a particular category, click on the letter and you will be sent to the explanation for that letter.
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GB --- Geek of Business GC --- Geek of Classics GCA -- Geek of Commercial Arts GCM -- Geek of Computer Management GCS -- Geek of Computer Science GCC -- Geek of Communications GE --- Geek of Engineering GED -- Geek of Education GFA -- Geek of Fine Arts GG --- Geek of Government GH --- Geek of Humanities GIT -- Geek of Information Technology GJ --- Geek of Jurisprudence (Law) GLS -- Geek of Library Science GL --- Geek of Literature GMC -- Geek of Mass Communications GM --- Geek of Math GMD -- Geek of Medicine GMU -- Geek of Music GPA -- Geek of Performing Arts GP --- Geek of Philosophy GS --- Geek of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.) GSS -- Geek of Social Science (Psychology, Sociology, etc.) GTW -- Geek of Technical Writing GO --- Geek of Other. Some types of geeks deviate from the normal geek activities. This is encouraged as true geeks come from all walks of life. GU --- Geek of 'Undecided'. This is a popular vocation with incoming freshmen. G! --- Geek of no qualifications. A rather miserable existence, you would think. GAT -- Geek of All Trades. For those geeks that can do anything and everything. GAT usually precludes the use of other vocational descriptors.
Add your geek codes below if you like.
also see: Discordian Code