Social construction of nerds:

So, I've been thinking about how the idea of being a nerd is no longer (entirely) a bad thing compared to a couple decades ago. For fun, I'm writing a Nerd Manifesto to outline what it means to be a good nerd in modern society. What better way than to ask a bunch of other Reddit geeks to start? Thoughts on what it takes to be a good nerd?

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  1. I think the first part is respecting each other in the culture that we share and love. While it’s no longer a social faux pas to be a nerd,there’s a toxic side to the fandom/culture that’s ugly and dangerous.

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