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A person who has assumed the role of celebrity among geek peers, but remains a nonentity to the rest of the world; most often through a high profile association with software or web based services that become particularly popular.
"That Marc Andreessen was a geekstar when he founded Netscape, but Bill Gates, well, people might aspire to his wealth, but nobody in their right mind would want to be him."
by Rich Boakes November 30, 2005
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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An oxymoron: A person who is considered to be foolish, socially inept, and/or clumsy but at the same time many people like/appriciate/love them which is why Star is added to capture the celebrity like part of the term.
Original Meaning Of Geek: Fool
Nobody Uses This Word Unless Repping Or Else They Will Sound Like A Duck
iRep GeekStar
by WhoDoYouThinkItIs? September 05, 2009
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