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Geek Girl TV

Geek Girl TV was a weekly video blog hosted by the highly infectious (in a good way) Eve Park. It covered all things 'geek', with an emphasis on gaming, gadgets and emerging technologies. Geek Girl TV was a reliable source for geek news and events. It also reviewed an extensive range of consumer products, ranging from video game consoles to digital helmet cams.

In 2008, Eve was laid off by the show's producer, Clevermedia, and the website was cast into oblivion shortly thereafter. An online petition was started to try to bring the show back. Tragically, it only received six signatures. To this day, we still find ourselves humming the so-bad-it's-good theme tune: "Squuuaaare eyes are waaaatching… Geek! Girl! …TV!"

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  • Paulo

    you forgot myspace, and friendster and friendsforsale

    my name is bob


  • Samuel

    X-Entertainment moved and is now called Dinosaurdracula dot com.

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