Maybe you're a dweeb, dork, nerd, or spaz :-)
I think I have a good balance between dork-dom (I'm not a geek) and real life. I don't participate in coding all that much (used to, and will in the future, but not very much), I don't mess around with Linux or any other open OS (though I keep telling myself I should), and I've never played a single game of D&D (or any pen & paper roleplaying game, for that matter).
I do, however, build computers, maintain my own, keep up to date on current issues and news items in the industry as a whole, play lots of games on my PC, advise my friends on what moves to make regarding their own systems, dream about a T1-wired house, and intern at an Internet start-up.
I also have a healthy social life, which includes a bunch of friends (some of whom are also computer-literate), a girlfriend, an interest in music (bass guitar, drums, turntables), an a whole hell of a lot of partying my ass of at local clubs (for simplicity's sake, let's call them raves).
I can tell you why I'd rather own a GeForce 2 than a Voodoo 5, in full technical detail, and then turn around and discuss the quality of Dieselboy's performance at the HFStival last May. I'll tell you that to burn CD-to-CD you should have your CD-ROM on one IDE port and your CD-R on the other (and why that is, too), and then I'll play you a bass solo (not very well, though :-)
As always, there has to be a balance between work and play, geek and non-geek, intellectual and purely stimulative. For right now I'd say that I'd rather have more of an emphasis on the dork in me than not, simply because I am going through college and need to apply my geek-skills to academia and getting a decent job. But that still doesn't mean I can't put aside a C++ program to go out and party for a night :-)
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