There are plenty of marriage proposals going viral every day, but it takes a real geek to come up with something special like the ones listed below:
Captured using Google Glass, this quick clip features Breon Nagy proposing to his girlfriend at Leeds Castle in Kent, England.
Twitter, Foursquare and Qik
This carefully orchestrated proposal by Digg's Matt Van Horn involved a string of social media feats that came together to create the ultimate surprise.
Not everyone is a fan of Apple products. When Raj wanted to pop the question to his girlfriend Adit, he decided to do so using the Google Nexus 7 tablet.
Self-described web geek Len Kendall proposed to his longtime girlfriend over the Internet by coming up with a meme of himself. Buzzfeed readers were then encouraged to submit their own clever memes using his face to sway her decision.
Here's one way to impress your Princess Peach! Using a hack, the game spells out "Lisa... will you marry me?" in gold coins.
Little Big Planet
Really demonstrates the video game's amazing level creation functionality.
The video description reveals just how much serious work went into this super-romantic hack, which includes notable locations, quotes and characters from the couple's real life.
LinkedIn employee Bryan Haggerty developed the Romantech iPhone app that would lead his girlfriend around San Francisco, spelling out a <3 on the map. Haggerty was waiting in the last location to propose in person.
Boyfriend proposes to girlfriend in a mock Iphone commercial.
The company behind the bar games system went the extra mile to help this Washington gent propose to his special lady friend via her fave Megatouch game.
Jason Muscat proposed to his girlfriend Christina at a park by surprising her with a small RC helicopter carrying the engagement ring.
How does going home to a clean and cozy house make you feel? After a long day and all the stress at work, looking forward to an orderly house with your warm couch while sipping wine or coffee, and eating your favorite food definitely sounds and feels like heaven. Read more
Success in recovering VAT can be achieved with accurate knowledge and practice. The process is complex and necessitates major investments in resources. Due to improper handling of the recovery process, many companies miss out on major savings. It’s essential to understand the areas, conditions and possible methods for recovery because VAT rules change constantly. Read more
Finally, a smartphone microscope that produces crisp, high quality images. Just beyond what the eyes can see - there is an amazing microscopic world, waiting to be discovered. But not every phone magnifier is awesome. Many attempts to magnify with a single lens have created less than satisfactory images. Read more