For years they've been meeting up in coffee shops and pubs, tech geeks have.
They hover over their laptops (those super-thin Apples, if they're anyone at all), wearing Chuck Taylors and marveling at what's now possible technologically and talking about "coding" and "going live" and "digital DSL" and this and that, and on and on. They're forming business plans.
As of Feb. 1 they have a clubhouse -- "a Moose Lodge for geeks," said club chairman Kristian Andersen, whose day job is president of Kristian Andersen + Associates, a digital branding consultant. Except that's not quite right: A Moose Lodge is for recreation, and the new geek club, which is called the Speak Easy, is for business, for collaborating, for networking, for hatching start-ups.Read the Article