Welcome to Fiction Writing Friday!!!!  Announcements!  Are you doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)!!! Check us out over at our NaNo Facebook page for sprints, ideas, and encouragement! We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly newsletter which is full…

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How would this be possible? Back in 2010 a company named Lucidlogix attempted to achieve this by using a combination of a custom chipset and proprietary software named Hydra. This mesh of hardware and software would intercept information from DirectX and OpenGL then redistribute it multiple video cards and spit out a working image. These…

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Another round of flipping through Pinterest to see what I can put on the list for dinner and this little gem popped up! I am not usually a fan of different, but this grain free things has nudged me into food choices I normally wouldn’t make! Such as butter chicken! Now butter and chicken sounds…

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Announcements!  Are you doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)!!! Check us out over at our NaNo Facebook page for sprints, ideas, and encouragement! We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly newsletter which is full of great Geeks content?! How…

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Title: Son of the Black Sword Author: Larry Correia Published: October 27, 2015 Pages: 432 Genre: High Fantasy Series: Saga of the Forgotten Warrior Kid Friendly Rating: 4/10 for graphic violence and some language. Probably best for kids around 15 or 16 as some concepts are heavy and not relatable for younger readers…or at least for me at…

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Bal’a dash, malanore! My name is Ryan, though in the Blizzard community most people know me as Rykter @MrRyeno. I’ve been a gamer and a geek since I could hold a controller in my hand, my player 2 as well as 2 little geeklings both share my obsession as well. However even though gaming is awesome…

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Announcements!  Are you doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)!!! Check us out over at our NaNo Facebook page for sprints, ideas, and encouragement! We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly newsletter which is full of great Geeks content?! How…

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I´m exited to start blogging for Geeks and Geeklets. But first it´s introduction time! My name is Elin but some of you might know me as MissSalvira on Twitter. I live in the cold country called Sweden with my parents and am currently between two jobs. No kids as I really want to be able to support…

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  Title: The Authorities Author: Scott Meyer Published: September 28, 2015 Pages: 328 Genre: Mystery/Comedy Kid Friendly Rating: 12+ The book opens with a non-sexual scene involving an adult toy, but it is mostly PG-PG-13 on balance. Contains some violence, mostly in the form of suspects resisting arrest.

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Announcements!  Are you doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)!!! Check us out over at our NaNo Facebook page for sprints, ideas, and encouragement! We are looking for more to join our crew! Click here to check out what we are looking for!  Would you like to receive our weekly newsletter which is full of great Geeks content?! How…

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Hello Geeks and Geeklets! I am Kali (Kaylee), a.k.a. NerdiChar (@nerdichar). I am a co-host for the longest running Heroes of the Storm podcast, HotScast (@hotscast, hotscast.com). We are part of the D20crit network. I also host Charred Hearts (@charred_hearts, charredhearts.com), a podcast dedicated to nerd love/dating. We are on a hiatus right now but…

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If we’re friends on Facebook, you’ll probably already know where I stand step-wise. Same applies if you follow me on Instagram and/or Twitter. #shamelessplugpixie If not, you’re going to have to wait to find out if I hit my 500,000 steps by day 50 or not. TUT, TUT, TUT!!! You get back up here… no…

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So since we think my husband might be Celiac, we’ve been trying different ways to get around “the bread issue”. This recipe has seriously popped up all over Facebook and Pinterest, and has been sent to me by message more times than I can count, so I figured it was time to test it out!!…

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