Monthly Archives: March 2011

Traveling Scholars: Alchemy Shop Visit

TweetJames & Alchemy Bicycle Co. were kind enough to show us around their shop on our last day in ATX. What a cool space! Marty was giddy with excitement to hear everything they had to say but the shop really … Continue reading

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Indoneekhouse!

TweetWe’re (always) keeping tabs on the budding “Geekhouse” trend going on in the Pacific Rim. A simple search for Geekhouse OR #Geekhouse on Twitter (as revealed to me by @jonathanawesome) reveals hundreds of tweets about the newest knock-offs for sale … Continue reading

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Geekhouse Two Point Oh!

TweetAhhh yes! Springtime! A time for new beginnings, balancing and dying different types of eggs, and… website re-boots! A lot of planning went into this new site, but we don’t know how to build ‘webbernetz’ things (just mostly stick to … Continue reading

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Geekhouse 2.0

Tweet Say goodbye to our defunct WordPress blog, the inability to comment on our hilarious and relevant posts, and everything you hate about this website (I’m happiest to say goodbye to this banner) and head on over to the all-in-one … Continue reading

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NAHBS Re-Cap (Updated)

Tweet The words “obligatory NAHBS recap” have been posted so many times the bandwidth and energy used recapping the #bestNAHBSever could power a small town in China for the better part of a decade. We’ve got a lot to cover … Continue reading

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NAHBS Re-Cap (Updated)

Tweet The words “obligatory NAHBS recap” have been posted so many times the bandwidth and energy used recapping the #bestNAHBSever could power a small town in China for the better part of a decade. We’ve got a lot to cover … Continue reading

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NAHBS Re-Cap

Tweet The words “obligatory NAHBS recap” have been posted so many times the bandwidth and energy used recapping the #bestNAHBSever could power a small town in China for the better part of a decade. We’ve got a lot to cover … Continue reading

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