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GeekDads spins off WIRED to become stand-alone site

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The GeekDads’ Big Adventure @ GeekDad.

The Editors and Contributors of GeekDad are very excited (and not a little bit nervous) to announce today that we’ve taken the training wheels off, and are riding all by ourselves! (metaphorically speaking). What we mean is that we’re doing this blogging thing all on our own now, and are no longer affiliated with Wired.

MAKE magazine is now it’s own company (spun off from O’Reilly) and now GeekDad is spinning off from WIRED. Big moves in the DIY arena.


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  1. GeekMom has also gone out on our own, at http://www.geekmom.com.

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