The 12 Days of Geekmas

Over the past few days, we here at GeekTech have been sharing some items on our holiday wish lists, to help you get ideas for the geeks in your life. Not content with doing a traditional list, GeekTech blogger James Mulroy decided to set his to music. Here it is, sung to the tune of "The 12 Days of Christmas," James's 12 Days of Geekmas. Enjoy, and feel free to sing along at your desk!

Have you ever wondered what you wanted for Christmas? Let me help you out.

On the first day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

A dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the second day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the third day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the fourth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the fifth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Five iPad apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the sixth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the seventh day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the eighth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me,

Eight awesome flash drives,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the ninth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me

Nine remote pillows,

Eight awesome flash drives,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the tenth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me

Ten glassy speakers,

Nine remote pillows,

Eight awesome flash drives,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the eleventh day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me

Eleven Digital Frames,

Ten glassy speakers,

Nine remote pillows,

Eight awesome flash drives,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

On the twelfth day of Geekmas,

the internet sent to me

Twelve display outputs!!,

Eleven Digital Frames,

Ten glassy speakers,

Nine remote pillows,

Eight awesome flash drives,

Seven LED faucet lights,

Six Twittering Mood Lights,

Five iPod apps,

Four giant microbes,

Three geeky shirts,

Two sake bombs,

And a dynamic pixel keyboard.

Wow, that got expensive fast.

I'd like to thank my friend, Amanda Dunham, for helping me put the words to the music.

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