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1. Update your computer with the latest and greatest state of the art software and hardware.

2. Purchase and install several superfluous peripherals for your computer, such as a motion sensor, oled monitors, video camera and a Blu Ray player.

3. Establish the fastest Internet connection you can get your hands on, anything with Fiber, Microwave or Super Wifi will do the trick.

4. Attain mastery of a variety of mainstream programming languages, such as PERL, JAVA, Assembly and C++. (Web scripting languages, such as JavaScript, don't count.)

5. Refuse to use "wimpy" graphical operating systems, such as Windows and the Mac OS: Instead, prefer UNIX variants, preferably the free and popular Linux.

6. Add so many hacks and patches to your system that others are clueless in its wake.

7. Contribute to open-source projects.

8. Establish a blog regarding anything geeky

9. Build your own Web page using advanced programming techniques.

10. Subscribe to a variety of computer and computer-related magazines, serials and periodicals to keep up with the latest trends and developments in the computer world such as alt.2600 newsgroups.

11. Get involved in other hobbies that tend to be associated with computer geek dom, such as network online gaming, trading card games, star wars convention and anime (Japanese animation).

12. Establish a network of fellow computer geeks with whom you can have long conversations about computers and online adventures that non-computer geeks cannot hope to understand.


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