There's another Weekly Geek post up! This one, posted by unfinishedperson, asks the following questions:
For those who have been with the group, either from the start or joined within recent months, what does being a member mean to you? What do you enjoy about the group? What are some of your more memorable Weekly Geeks that we might could do again? What could be improved as we continue the legacy that Dewey gave us?
It was the name of the group that attracted me from the very beginning. I like to embrace my geekiness... especially where books are concerned. Once I started participating in the group, I came to know that each week, the assignments were thought-provoking and required some real action on my part. Sometimes I had to take pictures, or do a little Google research, or ponder my answers. And almost always I "had" to visit other Weekly Geeks posts and see what they came up with too. I loved all of that. I looked forward to it every week. It was fun. It encouraged me to come out of myself a bit. And that's the best thing about Weekly Geeks.
Some of the more memorable weeks I remember are: the time we interviewed each other, any time we post about authors and push our favorites, the "quote of the week" week, asking review questions to each other, the scavenger hunt (that was hard though!) and catch up weeks. They've all been fun and I look forward to what we come up with again as we get going on a new version of Weekly Geeks!