You may have noticed the new feed running through the side bar. Well, Geeks Rule has now entered the realm of the blue bird! Follow us for new posts and updates here!
Now Geeks Rule has now branched out to a bevy of social networks other than just the main website. Below is a complete guid on the current ways communicate and stay up to date with us.
The classic RSS feed, we has it.
Entering your email address into the text box on the right hand side of the website will allow you to receive email updates on new posts. It’s quite simple really.
Named both after Apple’s Genius bar and our editor in chief, the Genius Bahr is basically a giant chat room where you can talk about anything geek. This seems slightly redundant because the forum, Facebook, and Twitter pages all alow you to do the same thing.
Every post and page is equipped with a comments section below the main content. Use them! Sometimes we ask for your opinion on a particular subject. Others you feel like if you don’t comment you’ll pop. Either way you should feel free to post comment on any section of the site.
The forum is the best place to go to talk to any of our editors. We’re always ready to give answers to tough technical questions.
The newest addition to the Geeks Rule social family, our Twitter page will keep you up to date on new posts and news.
Our Facebook page is very similar to our twitter page, plus our epic photo galleries and videos.
Steam is a slightly different genre of social network. In fact it technically isn’t even a social network but a social gaming network. You may wonder why Geeks Rule is on a social gaming network. Well, in short, we are planning on doing some sort of event where you could battle the Geeks Rule editors in online games and tournaments. Although this is still a work in progress, you can still start your own mini events there.
Fire signals, Morse Code, and HTML
Just kidding! Depending on where you are located, we probably couldn’t see your fire or know it was a communication to us. If you can figure out how to send us a message in mores code, you might have spent your time better by just posting it elsewhere on our website or social networks. And, if you’re going to take the time of writing out a message in HTML code it would be easier just to wright it in plain English.
That said, we are hoping to expand this list greatly in the future. One obvious thing to add would be an email address used to (of all things) allow you send us emails! Another option is our own Geeks Rule YouTube channel, but we would need to start making some videos first. 😉
We want to further our communication with you, our readers. If you have ideas for staying in contact with us, post it in the comments below, or through one of the other methods listed above.