Geekingitout.com is an independently owned and operated online magazine (okay… a glorified blog) about gaming, gadgets, and current technology news, updates and reviews.
We have a fascination with current tech, young start-ups, and apps available in the market. Plus, we love us some Geek Swag that we can show off to our friends. We do our best to stay on top of what’s new and trending, and anything that will make our lives a little easier.
What we write is based on our own opinions and is meant to be served in an entertaining manner. We apologize in advance if we offend anyone and understand that many people won’t agree with our views… but don’t take us too seriously, ok?
Chris Deano is a creative marketer, life-long learner, and part-time blogger who is fascinated by all things gaming, design and technology. He is the founder of Geekingitout.com and uses the site as an outlet for his geeky tendencies. Outside of work and blogging, he’s usually annoying his wife or securing his status as the “overly loud breather” at the gym.
“I took to technology at an early age and fondly remember my dad teaching me how to connect to Prodigy. Since the days of Intellivision, Atari, and Nintendo, I’ve had the chance to witness gaming evolve from simple puzzle games into the pop-culture phenomenon and widely accepted entertainment medium it is today. Can’t wait to see what the next few decades hold and hope I can keep up with the tech.”
Favorite Childhood Games: Sierra’s point-and-click adventures like King’s Quest and Space Quest. Where’s the highlighter for that hint book?
Currently Playing: Titanfall and Skyrim (for the 5th time)
Favorite Mobile App: Flipboard
Gamertag: Tech5ter (Xbox 360)
Dan Sheehan is a writer, illustrator, animator, movie buff, comic fan, gamer and all around geek advocate. In addition to being a managing editor at Geekingitout.com, he also knows a lot about pizza and is really good at talking like Bane.
“I grew up watching media grow up around me. To witness gaming evolve from my original Atari 2600 into an X-Box 360 and beyond has been an amazing experience, on the other hand to witness movies morph from Star Wars: A New Hope to Star Wars: The Phantom Menace…not so much. What’s fun for me now is that “geekiness” has grown from something that was on the fringe of pop-culture to something that is not only more ubiquitous, but tremendously inclusive. That’s pretty cool and I look forward to seeing what’s next. “
Favorite Childhood Games: Gauntlet (Elf needs food badly!)
Favorite Mobile App: Autodesk Sketchbook Pro
Gamertag: Redhand73 (Xbox 360)