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Geek Dictionary Contest: We Have a Winner!

Last month we announced that we are running a Geek Dictionary contest whereby entrants can win a $100 Newegg gift card just by submitting a definition.

Today we're proud to announce that Brian Webb of Longwood, Florida is the winner of one of our three gift cards. But there's still more up for grabs! All you have to do is submit useful definitions to the Geek Dictionary. The users with the most votes for their submissions will win. Easy peasy, right? Right.

(Pro tip: if you write definitions that stick to the tone of the dictionary you will probably get more reader votes.)

So what are you waiting for? Start cranking out helpful definitions for all the newbies that are frequenting Tom's Hardware but don't understand a single, solitary word of what we say here.

Be sure to check out the contest rules before you enter.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

  • Honis
    What word did he submit?

    Really Toms, you're starting to look like Fox News with all this half reporting.
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  • ecnovaec
    congrats. I live in Longwood, FL as well. fun fact.
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  • allout_44
    lolol @ Honis
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  • megamanx00
    @Honis

    True that.
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  • blackened144
    HonisWhat word did he submit? Really Toms, you're starting to look like Fox News with all this half reporting.I like how you ding FoxNews for its "half reporting", but you loose points and show your own hypocrisy by not pointing out the "half reporting" that goes just as much, or even more so, at CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, and MSNBC.
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  • rtfm
    blackened144I like how you ding FoxNews for its "half reporting", but you loose points and show your own hypocrisy by not pointing out the "half reporting" that goes just as much, or even more so, at CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, and MSNBC.
    Really, it's only a simile, he doesn't need to compare the article to all other news channels/papers/outlets that have dodgy reporting to make his comment fair.
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  • Upendra09
    ^ yea but Fox news has to vomit their news out after adding their own crappy opinions in it, which is not journalism, journalism is actually plain reporting not adding your own opinions and biases to the mix, That my friend is called gossip
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  • blackened144
    Upendra09^ yea but Fox news has to vomit their news out after adding their own crappy opinions in it, which is not journalism, journalism is actually plain reporting not adding your own opinions and biases to the mix, That my friend is called gossipAgain, your hypocrisy is exposed when you refuse to believe that the other major networks are not doing the same thing..
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  • thepetey
    fox or no fox.. what was the damn word.
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  • apmyhr
    Oh wow, cheap shots at Fox news. How original. Thank god we apparently have real journalism from MSNBC and the other major networks.
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