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Habits Of Tech Geniuses Infographic

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Between hoodies, turtlenecks and trim spectacles, you might think you have the habits of tech geniuses figured out.

On the contrary – these monarchs of geek are more layered than you might imagine, as proven by this fittingly neat infographic which charts some of their more peculiar practises.

Designed by Who Is Hosting This?, the infographic tells us that when Mark Zuckerberg isn’t befriending everyone in the Universe, the Facebook founder is eating meat that he’s killed himself, that the inventor of the floppy disk relaxes each evening in a 24-karat gold-tiled room to block out signal waves harmful to the imagination, and that Bill Gates, has a lot of coloured pens.

Okay, so perhaps Bill Gates is as boring as you thought - but the rest are certainly exciting.

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