Nerdy Girl Notes

?

Channel Reputation Rank

#124
?

Activity Status

Alive

last updated

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'Nerdy Girl Notes' channel has an excellent rank. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'Nerdy Girl Notes' Channel

A Geek-Chic Guide to the Media

? Updates History Monthly Yearly
? Content Ratio
? Average Article Length

Long articles are widely used on 'Nerdy Girl Notes' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are a few medium length articles.

short

long

? Readability Level

Intermediate readability level is common for 'Nerdy Girl Notes' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (there are just a few of them). In addition the channel contains materials of a basic readability level, making up more than one third of its content.

advanced

basic

? Sentiment Analysis

Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

positive

negative

Recent News

Unfortunately Nerdy Girl Notes has no news yet.

But you may check out related channels listed below.

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.01

[...] Welcome, friends, to the first of my weekly reviews of The Mindy Project! I hope you’re ready to spend this season discussing all things Mindy and Danny with me, [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.14

[...] . This was the time for disbelief, shock, and other not exactly joyful emotions. Kudos to The Mindy Project and Kaling especially for creating such an honest moment that I’m sure plenty of women [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.15

[...] lines and boundaries, and that led to an episode that did what the best episodes of The Mindy Project do: It took an honest look at a common relationship problem, and it ended on one hell of a [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.03

[...] little detail, but sometimes I watch them for no other reason than they make feel good. The Mindy Project makes me feel good—it makes me laugh and smile and sigh in a way that is probably ridiculous [...]

Fangirl Thursday: Returning Favorites

[...] the show as a whole found its voice in its second season—and its voice is so clearly that of Mindy Kaling, a writer I love with the same fervor others in my generation have for Tina Fey. Kaling is [...]

NGN’s Best of 2014: TV Relationships

[...] night on The Mindy Project. Through smart writing and excellent performances all year from Mindy Kaling and Chris Messina, the relationship between Mindy and Danny went from everyone’s favorite “ [...]

NGN’s Best of 2014: TV Shows

[...] this show found its voice, giving more depth not just to Danny but also to Mindy, allowing Mindy Kaling to show her range as an actress alongside Chis Messina. And by giving these characters room to [...]

NGN’s Best of 2014: Character Arcs and TV Performances

[...] true success at a very difficult kind of balancing act. 7. Mindy Lahiri on The Mindy Project (Mindy Kaling) I know, I know; when you talk about The Mindy Project and character arcs, everyone wants to [...]

Fangirl Thursday: Let’s Get Lost

[...] made it work was its commitment to creating and developing characters that made us care. I enjoy TV shows that make me think, and Lost certainly did that. Ten years ago, I often found myself losing [...]

Fangirl Thursday: New Year, New Loves

[...] catch up on the media our busy lives often cause us to miss out on. Between books and movies and TV shows given as Christmas gifts and holiday hiatuses giving us some time to indulge in new interests, [...]

TV Time: Castle 7.06

[...] to be their best selves, too. And that’s what great weddings (and great wedding episodes of TV shows) celebrate: the way one couple’s love can bring joy and inspiration to others. The alternate [...]

TV Time: Parks and Recreation 7.03/7.04

[...] career and enjoying Andy’s show of support for his wife. It never ceases to amaze me that most TV shows still shy away from depicting happy marriages, while Parks and Rec has never been afraid of [...]

The Best Thing I Saw on TV This Week (7/20 – 7/27)

[...] I relate so strongly to that. Whether it’s Sarah Walker or Sansa Stark as characters or Jennifer Morrison as an actress, I saw my own respect for these women and their fictional counterparts [...]

TV Time: Once Upon a Time 4.07

[...] part of the reason that little moment with the bottle hurt so much was because of how Jennifer Morrison played it. You could see her trying so hard not to show how much it hurt, trying so [...]

TV Time: Once Upon a Time 4.08

[...] just because watching a Emma’s horror as it all unfolded was tough to take. (Kudos to Jennifer Morrison for once again depicting Emma’s fear of herself perfectly without ever taking it over [...]

TV Time: Once Upon a Time 4.09

[...] the words—and to have Emma hear the words—too. The look of understanding Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison showed on the faces of both mother and daughter was beautiful. And just like [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.13

[...] seeing Danny interact with the rest of the men in the office for an episode because Chris Messina is so good opposite Ike Barinholtz. (Can Barinholtz do a Messina impression in every [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.11

[...] watching Danny watch it. No one does reaction shots and quiet moments of realization like Chris Messina. As he watched Mindy read his letter to her while she was in Haiti, it was gorgeous to see him [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.07

[...] better with each appearance. She plays off Kaling so well, and she’s just as good with Chris Messina. That little trio is firing on all cylinders, and Dot just makes the perfect extra dash [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.05

[...] wanted him to say during his rant about her “infidelity.” This was such a great use of Chris Messina and Mindy Kaling, and it might have been the single funniest moment I’ve seen so far [...]

?Key Phrases
TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.01

[...] Welcome, friends, to the first of my weekly reviews of The Mindy Project! I hope you’re ready to spend this season discussing all things Mindy and Danny with me, [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.14

[...] . This was the time for disbelief, shock, and other not exactly joyful emotions. Kudos to The Mindy Project and Kaling especially for creating such an honest moment that I’m sure plenty of women [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.15

[...] lines and boundaries, and that led to an episode that did what the best episodes of The Mindy Project do: It took an honest look at a common relationship problem, and it ended on one hell of a [...]

TV Time: The Mindy Project 3.03

[...] little detail, but sometimes I watch them for no other reason than they make feel good. The Mindy Project makes me feel good—it makes me laugh and smile and sigh in a way that is probably ridiculous [...]

Related channels