Sarah Jessica Parker gave off major style vibes as she led the Fashion Week brigade to the Halston show in a pleated gold lamé top — by Halston, of course — and cropped leather pants. For accessories, the newly reigning chief creative officer of Halston injected extra texture and shine via a sparkling necklace, structured thorn clutch by Cassandra LA, and decadent Prada studded sandals. Chain wrap bracelets and a square-cut ring complete her fashion fire.
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Martha Stewart Geeks Out!
This shows the August cover of Wired magazine with Martha Stewart's home made Wii cake. looks delicious. :)
I don't know if many of you remember those popular teen movies from the 80ies "16 Candles" "The Breakfast Club" or "Weird Science" ... The Geek in each of these movies was played by Anthony Michael Hall. And then in the 90ies we had the GEEK MUST SEE movie "Pirates of the Silicon Valley" where the über Geek - Bill Gates was also played by AHM... Now we can watch him in The Dead Zone (and guess what Johnny Smith was doing before his accident - he was a Science teacher :D )
This man has such great talent in acting, directing but also with his music. He is the proof that the word Geek has not bad meaning. To me, he is the one Geek I would always fall for... I like him in all these 3 periods shown in the photos :)
Latest news say that he is going to appear in new Batman movie, I wonder is that character that he is going to play, going to be any Geekish?
On Nathan Fillion's myspace page (http://www.myspace.com/nathanfillion) he states that "If it's got batteries and a button, chances are I want it or got it already. Green laser, electric skateboard, switchless automatic pepper grinder. I have no limits to the toys." Not to mention he was on the geekiest cult show - Firefly and the movie Serenity.
David Krumholtz of NUMB3RS.. Friday nights on CBS..
Cool cat David Krumholtz plays the part of mathematical genius Charlie Eppes on CBS' NUMB3RS. Eppes works as a professor of mathematics at a California technical university and helps his FBI agent brother Don Epps (played by Rob Morrow) solve crimes using math. His left-brained talents give him the ability to de-construct any complex or practical situation into a mathematical model. He uses this model to offer insight to the FBI about certain crimes. Multiplying 4 number digits at the age of three, attending Princeton at thirteen, and studying at Stanford and MIT makes this mathematician a perfect geek of the week! Do you know of someone that should be my Geek of The Week? You can nominate that person by adding them to the Geek of the Week group, read more
It can be argued that every character on NBC's hit Heroes, is prime Geek of the Week material, mostly due to the fact that they are all ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities...the life story of most geeks. But dreamer Milo Ventimiglia, who tries to convince his politician brother that he can fly, is in a league of his own. Of course, my judgment might be clouded by the fact that he's so beautiful.
According to one of his fan sites, Milo attended El Modena High School in California and was Associated Student Body president, which is geeky enough for me.
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