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10 Nerdy Gifts For Techies

When you've run out of Dr. Who and Star Trek gifts, check out these novel ideas for the techie in your life.

Does your favorite IT guy or gal have just about every Dr. Who, Star Wars, or Star Trek collectible known to man? Are you looking for something a little different for that geeky loved one or fellow cube dweller? Have no fear -- Network Computing has come to the rescue with this year's ultimate IT gift guide. We've got a range of gifts appropriate for stocking stuffers, gift exchanges, employee appreciation gifts, and just plain old fun gifts for roommates or family members.

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mak63
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mak63,
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12/15/2013 | 7:01:25 PM
who said expensive?
$24.40 for a Mug? Unless it comes with some sort of self heat and an mp3 player built in. it seems kinda expensive, no matter what it says on it,
Also the # 5 ( Corsair Flash Survivor USB Drive) a 32 GB drive to use with Puppy Linux? Talking about over kill. A 512 MB flash drive will be enough. You'll still have space to spare.
Susan Fogarty
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Susan Fogarty,
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12/12/2013 | 7:50:09 PM
Nerdy gifts
This has some great and entertaining ideas for the technically inclined on your list. I especially like the Space Invaders wall decals. They would add some geek bling to any office or cubicle wall.
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