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You may have heard that the Geeks turn the big 2-0 this year!
As you can imagine, any milestone birthday brings about times of reflection.
And nothing begets bouts of nostalgia quite like old technology.
So in celebration of CodeGeek’s 20th anniversary (and
we’ve compiled a short list of our favorite retro tech.
Come harken back to the good ol’ days of tech with us
check out our totally tubular photo album
(For some of us, those days are a bit more sepia-toned.)
Read our super rad post.
More 20th Anniversary Fun!
As promised in last month’s Geek Beat,
we’ve got a whole slew of surprises in store — big and small — to help us celebrate our 20th year.
While some of our bigger plans are still hush-hush, we've been authorized to declassify
two of our latest super sneaky missions.
Homepage infused with coconut
Two decades of website fun = lots of amazing memories + plenty to look forward to.
We’ll toast to that!
Even funkier "Banana Mode"
Have you tried our Banana Mode yet?
If not, now’s the best time to give it a spin!
(But watch out: These bananas have come to party.)
What We're Geeking Out About 🤓
Speaking Of Bananas ...
Watching these expert glass artists
melt red glass bananas into a bunch
is our new favorite thing.
(And it also makes us a little hungry.) 🍌
Old Tech? No Problem.
It’s pretty easy to accumulate new tech, but not so easy to figure out what to do with the old stuff.
Fortunately, Dell is offering
some ways to help us reuse and recycle our unwanted tech
Let's Get Physics-al
Did you know our Head Geek is also a physicist?
Back in the early 90s, Ron worked as an experimental physicist for
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
And lucky for us, the latest paper by his research team was recently published in the
Canadian Journal of Physics
👀 Check out Ron's paper Abstract:
"Measurements of electron impact K-shell ionization cross sections of Cr21+ ions"
Project Highlight: Centeno-Schultz Clinic
specializes in advanced Interventional Orthopedics procedures to help treat common orthopedic problems.
The project deets:
new custom design
from scratch — our fave!
Build a custom, lightweight WordPress theme
so that their site loads lickity-split.
stellar training for the clinic’s team
so that they can comfortably manage their brand-new website.
Our fave feature: Body part pages!
One of the tasks the Geeks were charged with was to
create an example “body part page.”
This example page gives the Centeno-Schultz Clinic’s team the layout—and built-in functionality—they need to create
site pages for every area of the body they treat.
Potential patients can
go to the body part relevant to them
skip through content with ease
from causes → to treatments → to doctors → and more.
Learn more about Centeno-Schultz Clinic and check out their new website at:
🧡 Got a hankering for more geeky web projects?
Check out our Portfolio
Where In The World Are The Geeks?
Ron and Cathy took on
Vail’s Legendary Back Bowls
during a recent mini-ski vacay.
More skiing! And nope, you’re not seeing double. That’s Todd with his older bro at
Can you Guess the Geek?
Throughout the year, we’ll be celebrating our 20th year by looking back at our 20s, and next up is this gal. ⬆
Find out who this youngster is
on our Facebook page!
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