I’ve only ever been to Glasgow for work and even then I only stayed one night, where I spent that night in a pub with my work colleagues and we got very, very drunk. But what I do remember about Glasgow is that it’s a city with an interesting history, with lots of character. I recently revisited the city and to say that the it has changed is a bit of an understatement. Whilst wandering the streets, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Glasgow has a booming geek culture and wanted to share it with you.
Have you ever wanted to write for a living? I think many of us have, even if it’s only a passing interest. I’m one of the many people who have wanted to do this, so, I guess this is my way of saying that I’m now a Blogger For Hire. But what does that mean, why did I get to this point and what sort of services can I offer? More importantly, if you were interested in doing something similar, what do you need to know?
Political deception and intrigue is something that’s fascinated us for years, so when a story comes along that makes politics interesting, we take note. Whilst the world is incredibly uncertain at the moment, what with all of the politics happening around the place, let’s take a step away from the real world. Read about the turmoil caused by politicians in various stories, as we check out our Top 10 Politically Charged Stories.
Have you ever wanted to attend a Meetup, but didn’t know how to get involved? Want to try a attending an event, before committing your time outside of your increasingly busy schedule? Do you want to run a meetup, but don’t want to get too far outside of your comfort zone? Then look no further. We here at GeekOut Media have been working behind the scenes to ensure a better future for meetups and events worldwide.
Yesterday (26th March 2019), Article 13 was passed by the European Parliament. A while back, we wrote an article that I think many of you would have agreed with (or at least seemed to agree with at the time). Unfortunately, it appears that our battle for Article 13 to be denied has been, temporarily in vein. Whilst we can only speculate what this means for the future, here are some of the facts that we know of so far.
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… Wow, this Top 10 are full of skills that are really quite hard to describe. Today, we’re going to try and describe some skills that, really, do need a bit of explaining. They might not be the most complex of skills, nor necessarily the most powerful, but they are definitely hard to describe. (more…)
You know, I’ve sat here contemplating how to word this one, but the truth is that there’s only one way to word it. People really need to read the patch notes for games, or anything else. This rule doesn’t apply just to games either; sometimes a company will put our a major announcement, but then people will still be surprised when said announcement, whatever it may be, comes into effect. The truth is that people don’t spend enough time sitting back, trying to digest the information they’re given. This is, I guess, partly due to the immediate nature of the internet – and also partly due to overall laziness.
GeekOut South-West has been going for five and a half years; soak that in for a moment. We’ve been around long enough to see groups, events, website all come and go. We’ve been around long enough to reach a point where we’re established, some people call us reliable and we often get plenty of conversation around how much good we do for everyone. That, to me, is something I’m incredibly proud of. However, sometimes, you have to take a step back and really think about what your vision for something is. What has it been all this time? Has it changed? Today, I’m going to explore our vision for the rest of the year and beyond.
This article has a weird back story so bear with me! I was just relaxing one evening and looking through my notifications and noticed I had a new follower on Twitter. Now I usually am quite curious about people who follow me on Twitter. I wonder if they don’t know me personally then I wonder which bit of random content bought them to me. So I begin to head down the so-called rabbit hole which led me to somewhere rather interesting.