Members are even allowed to design their own profiles by changing the format to better suit their personality or create questions that pertain to their specific interests.
"I think having lots of interesting content for geeks to show their personalities [is important]," said Dales. "They don't want to hide. They want to post their photos. They want to put up photos they've created themselves, brag about all the nerdy things they do in day-to-day life and, with Web 2.0, they can pimp their geek space out and show their skills."
Thus far, sweetongeeks.com cannot take credit for helping to arrange any marriages, but it is certainly shaking things up on the "geek" dating scene.
Since joining sweetongeeks.com, Josephson has struck up a dialogue with several women, one of which he is hoping to meet — as soon as he returns from the Las Vegas Star Trek convention, that is.
"I want to find my geek," he said. And, in the end, isn't that what we all want? Sort of?