Hey guys, Valentine’s day is closing. Only 11 days to go. Yup, I want to remind you again for you lovers. Everyone might already be thinking what you will present your valentine. Sometimes shopping for one however, can be a challenge. Mashable.com posted some beautiful gifts item for your beloved geeks. I just wanted to share these with TheTechJournal fans.
These gifts item may seem irrelevant to someone. But just look at those & think about the ideas. Who knows you might get one for your beloved geek.
1. Internet Chat Pillows
If you intend on snuggling up next to your favorite geek this February 14th, consider these clever throw pillows that are full of plushy Internet goodness. They come in three flavors — chat heart pink, chat heart red, and a Mac lovin’ logo tribute — and are a great way to express your feelings, outside of emoticons, of course.
2. Valentine’s Themed Zunes
If your favorite music nerd hasn’t yet settled on an MP3 player, consider Microsoft’s current line of Zune devices, now highly customizable with some gorgeous Valentine’s Day designer themes. You can choose the pattern, the underlying color, and even add a mushy inscription to the back.
3. Pink and Blue Wii Remotes
Currently available for pre-order, and available in stores on February 14th, these adorable pastel Wii remotes let your gamer-geek girlfriend know that you really care…about clobbering her in virtual tennis.
4. “Tweet Me” Sweetheart Candies
Even if you insist on keeping it classic this Valentine’s Day, those iconic, chalk-flavored Sweethearts candies have a new spin that’s sure to please your favorite social media geek. As we previously noted, Twitter and Sweethearts have teamed up and thrown a new flirty phrase into the mix: “Tweet Me.”
They’ve even devised an iPhone app that will send a personalized digital Sweethearts box to your beloved Twitter fiend for display on his or her profile.
5. Geeky Love T-Shirts
You just can’t go wrong with T-shirts. Well, you can, but not with these delightfully graphic, geek-approved, love-themed designs.
Personal favorites include a brontosaurus and giraffe in embrace, a budding romance between a cookie and milk, and the palpable ache of a nerdy crush.
6. 8-Bit Necktie
Send your husband/boyfriend/secret tech support crush to work in this exquisitely nerdy necktie that any longtime gamer would be proud to don. With this, your geek-squeeze can scorn the young hotshots at his office, with their high-resolution business wear, and explain that back in his day he only had 8 bits (16 if you were lucky), and he didn’t complain about it.
7. Temporary Geek Tattoos
Let’s face it. Your darling may be a hardcore geek, but he’s not that hardcore. If the thought of getting a “w00t!” tramp stamp is appealing but just too permanent, consider these temporary tattoos full of Interweb and gaming geekdom. The 16 tats come in a nice little hardcover book, and would guarantee instant clout at hacker bars, if there were such a thing.
8. Photoshop Magnets
For the design-nerd in your life, check out these fabulous Photoshop magnets that recreate the program’s customizable workspace right on your fridge. Your Adobe-nut will thrill as he arranges layer lists and color palettes all over the freezer door. All you need is a photo with his head on Fabio’s body to complete the motif.
Geeks have feelings — lots of them. If you want to score big-time thoughtfulness points this V-day, scrap the drug store greeting card and shimmy on over to Tripletz.com for some artfully old-school correspondence. As their website explains, Tripletz is “making mail fun again.”
Create a three-part message on the website by choosing a set of custom designed postcards. Each card has a word or phrase with an illustration, for instance: I, Love, and You.
Your recipient will receive one card each day, anonymously if you so choose (great for those secret admirer types), with the third card completing your message and revealing your identity, along with any other sentiments you’d like to include.
10. Geeky Dreamboats
If you don’t have a geeky Valentine this year, you can still gush over the awkward musings of actors like Michael Cera and Andy Samberg with the book Geeky Dreamboats. With full color photos, detailed profiles, and a puffy cover (great for late night squeezing?), this offering is sure to provide enough geeky swoon until next year.