A recent article in The Atlantic article A new survey shows that the popularity of geekdom has exploded.
A survey of 5,000 American adults conducted by a group of scientists and marketers has found that the number of internet users who have been “nerds” has grown from 1.5 million in 2005 to 3.6 million today.
The survey also found that while most of the growth has come from the internet’s role in promoting geek culture, there has been a slight dip in the number who are more into the geek-like worlds of television and film.
This could be due to the lack of interest in the medium among younger audiences, the researchers said.
The researchers also found a slight increase in the popularity among people who have never seen a film or television show, and the percentage of people who are not in the “nerd” camp rose from 28% in 2005, to 41% in 2010.
They believe this shift in the demographic is related to the growing popularity of the internet and its role in helping spread geek culture.
But this study also highlights that, for many, geekdom is not just about the material.
According to the survey, the average nerd spends an average of 13 hours a day on the internet, or 3 hours every weekday.
The average nerd, who is in their late twenties, spends over 40 hours a week on the web.
The study also found about two-thirds of those surveyed had spent at least one day of their lives playing video games, and another third spent at most 15 hours a night on the computer.
According to the study, the most popular video game on the net today is Minecraft, with over 3 million downloads, followed by the popular massively multiplayer online game League of Legends, with nearly 6 million.
There are also dozens of other popular titles on the site like FarmVille, a free game for iOS and Android, which is currently downloaded more than 7 million times.
A study conducted by the Pew Research Center found that in the US, over 90% of internet usage is dedicated to gaming.
The internet’s popularity has grown rapidly in the past decade, as more people use social media to connect with others and more people have become familiar with social networking.
But the internet has also created a lot of negative aspects.
According the Pew survey, one in five adults online is using porn to stay connected, and porn is often found on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
The Pew survey also discovered that 40% of online porn consumers say they have used drugs in the last year.
The report also found the internet continues to be used as a means to sell drugs.
The report found that nearly one-third of internet consumers said they have sold drugs on the Internet in the previous year.
However, the internet is not the only way people are trying to reach out to each other online.
One study found that people are also reaching out to their friends and family through social media, but the majority of those reaching out were not really connecting with anyone.
The Pew report also concluded that while the internet may be a way to connect, it does not necessarily mean that we should all be social.
The survey found that 56% of respondents said they would be less likely to hang out online if there were a limit on what people could say on social networks.
In order to ensure that we’re connecting with our friends and the people who share our interests, the Pew study recommends that we find ways to create a community.
For example, instead of posting a status update or a message to a friend, people should use the social network to meet other people who do the same thing.
Instead of posting something that is just a photo, it’s better to post something that has a context and an emotional connection to it.
The researchers suggested that instead of just posting a message on the social networks, we could share a picture that has meaning to you.
This is an edited version of an article published by Wired on June 25, 2018.