Geek.com is looking to expand its roster! If you think you have what it takes to put your writing in front of millions of technophiles a month, then this could be your big chance.We’re looking to make both full-time and part-time hires — if you’re the right person we want to get you writing for us. So if you are sitting in front of a workstation waiting for something to render and you have a few hours that you’d rather spend productively than trying to beat your Angry Birds high scores, we want you to reach out. Basically, if you live and breathe technology, you were personally offended when your iPhone 4S started to say “4G” at the top when you upgraded to iOS 5.1, and you hate it when people confuse megabits and megabytes, then we should talk.We’re really looking for experienced tech writers for the full-time positions, but we’ll consider your blog, comments, and any other other smart stuff you’ve written. We expect that applicants will have reasonable control of the English language, know the basics of grammar and punctuation, and that you really, really know your tech. Obviously we’re looking for geeks too, so don’t try to fake it and tell us you watched Avatar, we’ll see right through that.Ziff Davis is an equal opportunity employer — We will hire both Star Wars and Star Trek fans.Still interested? Email [email protected] with “Geek Job” as the subject. Include your name, resume (inline or attached as plain text), and then a little about yourself. Make sure to explain why you think you’d be a good fit and whether you’d want to write full- or part-time. Please note – we need the full-timer to be located in or around NYC.