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What is Geekazine?

The Brains of Geekazine
The Brains Behind Geekazine

In 2007, I started Geekazine as a weekly podcast. Since then, the page has grown to so much more. From attending events such as CES, SXSW, NAB, and more, to doing in-house reviews, interviews, and product first-looks.

Fast forward ten years – Geekazine has massed over 1,500 videos and numerous audio content. With the addition of Geekazine LIVE in 2018, the next 10 years will be a blast, finding out where technology and Geek culture will go.

1 Comment

  1. A.N.
    October 12, 2018 @ 6:22 am

    I’m not a photographer but I don’t see why this should be limited to
    camera equipment. Surely there must be many other uses for something
    like this? I have a lot of delicate computer hardware and I’m sure that some of it might benefit from being stored in a cabinet like this. What are other people’s thoughts?