Hmmm, looks like whoever runs Planet Linux Australia decided to only grab my geek category after my What's appropriate on the Planets? post. That kinda misses the point, but it's their decision really.
The main thing I had to say there was that the thing I like about the Planets is the irrelevant stuff, the non-geeky stuff. It might mean you have to skip over the odd student talking about his assignments, posts about someone's non-geek interests, seriously weird shit and hearing about the birth of children to people you've never met, but that's great. You learn a lot about these people, not just one-dimensional geekdom.
Or does Linux Australia only want one-dimensional geekdom?