I'm not sure what the consensus is on the definitions of geek versus nerd, but I perceive a difference. It's a slight difference, though, because the nerdy often leads to geeky, or perhaps it's the other way around. My love of reading would be considered nerdy, right? Yet, when that love of reading transitions into a fascination with RPGs on my PS3 system, I think that takes me over into the realms of geekdom. My fascination with history and science is nerdy, yet when those interests heavily influence my writing and result in fantasy or science fiction novels, that's geeky, too, right? So, yes, I'm a bit of a nerd. I put a lot of time and effort into my schoolwork. I add documentaries in my Netflix queue (still hoping Waiting for "Superman" shows up soon). I seek out articles discussing scientific discoveries. I add the occasional history or how-to to my bookshelves for research purposes. Yet, I believe the geek in me far outweighs the nerd.