The 10 Nerdiest Cities in America

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The 10 Best Cities for Nerds By Movoto

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4 Responses to “The 10 Nerdiest Cities in America”
  1. Pablo says:

    What??? Where’s San Diego on your list? We have Comic Con! What, do we have too many hipsters at Comic Con to be one of the nerdiest cities? And our convention actually helps the economy of the city whereas other comic conventions don’t! I say we have a recount!!!

    • Brian Pate says:

      Yes, we were a bit surprised about that, too.

      • Colin Solan says:

        I’m not, considering the locals’ love/hate relationship with SDCC. They piss and moan about the con and con-goers for taking over the city for a week, but love all the money they can gouge out of us.

        Any convention helps the economy of the city it’s in. San Diego just overcharges for the privilege.

        You stay classy, San Diego!

  2. geekischic says:

    While Comic Con San Diego is one of the largest Con’s in the United States, it is industry driven, not fan based driven. Now Dragon Con in Atlanta is completely fan based and continues to grow in popularity every year. 2012 there were 50,000+ in attendance. This year there were 70,000. Also, the city embraces Dragon Con, even making way and closing off streets for the ever so popular Dragon Con parade. People who don’t even attend Dragon Con drag themselves and their kids out of bed at 7:30 on a Saturday morning, pay the 20 bucks to park and wait hours just to get a good seat on the sidewalk for the hour long parade. You don’t see that kind of love in San Diego.

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