Prom Facebook Group | Clearly the result of peer pressure.
Prom on Twitter | Tweets for twits.
all the gals want to do to Ray Bradbury | Thank you, Rachel
| Jodie Rivera, "the Venetian Princess," parodies
on Geeks | A dating space where gray matters.
Friends Forever | MySpace page of Geek Prom's 2009 headline
Kaiser | 2009 Geek Prom opening act.
| The blog of 2008 Geek Prom King Lawrence Lee.
Zonday | Man, this Internet is something else.
| Your source on the Web for pocket protectors since 1999.
Strongbad E-mails | The prom committee's all-time favorite.
| A Web site dedicated to facilitating the "sharing of
ideas, comments and questions relating to trebuchets, other
catapults both ancient and modern, and related subjects."
Brick Testament | Brendan Powell Smith illustrates the
Bible using Lego people.
Hall | Wearing gold spandex pants, she made a hip-hop
album. And she also has one hell of a sweater collection.
PEZCon | The annual Pez collector's convention in Bloomington,
Language Inventor or Serial Killer? | Take the test to
see if you can tell a coder from a cannibal.
| MySpace page of the Electric Light (no) Orchestra, 2007
Geek Prom band.
| The Star Wars encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
Kikkoman | The amazing adventures of Kikkoman the Soy
Geek Test | The ultimate are-you-a-geek? test.
Tidbits | The frequently pornographic Web log of Donavan
Freberg, son of Stan Freberg and star of those annoying Encyclopedia
Britannica commercials from the '80s.
Girl’s Guide to Geek Guys | Instructions for the
ladies on how to find "a man of substance, quietude and
stability, a cerebral creature with a culture all his own."
| The official Web site of Barnes & Barnes
Your Base Are Belong to Us | Zero Wing lives on. And on.
| The beloved Happatai video, "Yatta!"
WAZZUP! | The classic spoof that started a flurry of Internet
parodies of Budweiser’s "True" campaign.
Simanek’s Pages | Dr. Simanek, a physics professor
emeritus at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania has put
together enough science and pseudo-science material on his
Web pages to occupy the average geek for a good month. One
of the highlights is a thermodynamic calculation of why Heaven
is hotter than Hell.
Dr. Who Web Site | Everything you ever wanted from the
Giants | Remember Goldar?
Wars Asciimation | A not-yet-completed text-based version
of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
| The Web site of Dane Peterson, second runner-up for Geek
Prom 2002 King.
Demento | Music nerds unite. The site of legendary DJ
Table | An online interactive Periodic Table of the Elements
Meadows | Frank Cho's independent series of comics
to Coast AM | Paranormal radio with George Noory
Lakes and Seaway Shipping | Great Lakes history, shipwreck
Stuff | The Web site of the Goddess of the Galaxy herself,
Movie | Info about legendary screen geeks Mark Borchardt
and Mike Schank.
Official Bill Mumy Page | Info about the "Lost in
Space," Barnes & Barnes, "Star Trek: Deep Space
Philips | A collection of all things Emo, including a
complete account of all the times he’s been hit on the
head by falling typewriters.