The Geekie Awards!

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Kristen’s combined forces with Bill Ostroff, and they’re using their power for good to bring you The Geekie Awards! Ooooh, ahhhhh…..

…[W]e wanted to create an awards show that celebrated the true spirit of Indie. To give “geekmakers” who are not established a place to shine and be seen by leaders and experts in their respective industries. That’s right, your idols may be your judges! …We want you to be able to showcase your work online and be proud of your accomplishments. Read more here…

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Skyrim: To Lydia with Love (Crowd Fund) – PERK WINNER 1!

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More about the Skyrim: To Lydia with Love… Two more Parodies crowd fund!

Congrats CHRIS MILLER for your upgrade to the $100 perk!

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Gamers United Holiday Party & Charity for Kids

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In early December, I had the opportunity to attend the Gamer’s United holiday party, an event aimed to help raise funds so kids stuck in hospital beds can enjoy video games while they recoup. A fabulous cause!

Girl Gamer (@GirlGamer) covered the event (video above) where I was interviewed… around the 2:10 mark!

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Star Wars + Bacon = Welcome to the Best Twitter Conversation

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The other night I was hanging with the geek gals at my place. When we get together, pretty much everything ends up on Twitter in some way, shape or form. What can I say, we’re all social mavens! After a full-on conversation regarding appropriate uses of The Force (for you Star Wars fans), I tweeted the following: Continue Reading

Geek Girls Creating Their Own Films & Shows

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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to create my own panel at LA’s first Comikaze Expo (@ComikazeExpo). It was an incredible experience, and one that deserves a bit of recognition… not to mention the powerhouse of ladies who made it a success!

Along with myself (representing Think Hero and Fight Class), the panel included: Leah Cevoli (Robot Chicken), Stephanie Thorpe (ElfQuest), Crix Lee (GirlGamer.com), Helenna Santos Levy (American Reunion) and Jessica Mills (Awkward Embraces). Moderated by voice-over master Spike Spencer.

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Sexiest Actresses At Comic Con 2011

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I made the list! I am still flabbergasted and flattered to be considered “sexy” amidst these gorgeous geek goddesses. Continue Reading

Time Traveler Couture Fashion Shoot

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The Time Traveler project is a photo shoot saluting the work of Kristen Nedopak: Actress, Host, Producer and Geek. A one-woman show, Kristen is a trendsetter and innovator in her field who has proven that one can trailblaze, create buzz and secure the status of an “it” girl through creative, non-traditional means, all while inspiring the masses.

The theme of this shoot is “tech fashion,” and it will entail the creation of one-of-a-kind couture that screams creative, fierce and fun, and above all else, pushes the limits of fashion.

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Hottest Actresses on the Planet Feature

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#488 is a new lucky number, as it’s my official stamp on Haren Yong‘s Hottest Actresses on the Planet list. Haren recently wrote a very cool, and extremely well-researched (including details regarding my Damon Salvatore obsession) article about me on his blog Gorno.

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Nedopak Reviews Geek Shows for Think Hero TV

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Woot! I just met with Dennis, CEO of a very popular geek blog/YouTube channel called Think Hero, where I’ll be working as their newest host and TV reviewer. I’m so excited to have an outlet to talk about my favorite TV shows, including The Vampire Diaries and Starz’s Spartacus. In the spring I’ll be covering Game of Thrones!

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Hangin’ With the Geeks at Comic-Con 2010

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My blog Outta This World covers everything geek, so of course I was at the largest ‘nerdvana’ convention in the world: Comic-Con. I even wrote a song about it.

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