Nerd Values and Eye Candy

Nerd Values and Eye Candy

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Okay, okay, I'm in the new People, the "50 Most Beautiful People" issue. This ain't no big deal, it's a sidebar in the big deal, an article about recycling via Freecycle.org which is about recycling stuff by giving it away, That's important.

(This isn't the first time Ms. Anniston and I have been linked. We're also both involved with OneVoice which offers a path to mideast peace that has a really serious chance of working.)

I believe that the article's presentation of me as eye candy is more compelling than "geek to screen god" argument offered by Chris Nolan in Fortune. That's really more about 24 hours on craigslist, a documentary film about people who use the site.

In the People article, I do mention "nerd values", oversimplified by saying that I figure I want to make enough to live comfortably, then change the world. While I'm being somewhat facetious, I'm also pretty serious. I really did live the nerd life, and remember what it feels like to be left out, which is one reason that we try to be as inclusive as possible.

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