I did in 1998, I started using the computer, and I stated attempting to play Sonic games on my SEGA Genesis then.
Answer by ageekmom · Sep 15, 2010 at 10:12 PM
I've been a geek since at least age three. My daughter's already got all the good geek characteristics and she is three years old now. Here she was at just-turned-2 years old, dual-wielding iPhones to play her favorite game at the time: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wildtexas/3457266918/in/set-72157622883824896/
Answer by YamazaruNinja · Sep 16, 2010 at 05:55 PM
It was kind of spontaneous how i began to become a geek. It started off with jealousy and then involved into curiosity. One of my sister's friends had the 1st gen iPod touch and I figured I wanted one too. However, I was crazy enough to purchase one before the new iPods would come out in less than a couple of weeks. Before this, I was in 8th grade and the same thing kind of happend with me being jealous (go figure). I decided to purchase the (new at the time) iPod Video (Classic) 80GB. It was the greatest thing since sliced bread. Eventually, I wanted to learn more about computers. I am today still learning and now helping others with their problems.
Answer by xforever1313 · Sep 15, 2010 at 10:44 PM
High school was when I got into technology through our schools AV club. Eventually, we ran a morning TV show with the announcements, and I was the computer guy behind it. That sprung me into being a true Geek.
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