If you're a fan of Star Trek, you already know one of the reasons why my website is called Dilithium. Yes, this was the crystal that popped up frequently in the original series because of it's rarity and necessity in powering warp drives. (I told you I was a geek.) I like that part of my profession is to seek out and help sell rare gems (homes) around the Portland area.
In reality, Dilithium is a molecule comprised of two covalently bonded Lithium atoms. This is why my website is Li2re. Li2 = Dilithium. re = real estate. Although if you want to get ultra-geeky, Re is also the symbol of the element Rhenium. Since Lithium and Rhenium are metals, (and assuming that Dilithium isn't in gaseous form) this makes Li2re an alloy!
Yes, that's definitely ultra-geeky, but I believe that everyone flies a geek flag. You might be an uber-history buff, know more about the inner workings of cars than any one human being that's not a mechanic should ever absorb, or own so much vinyl that you had to reinforce your foundation. Whatever geek flag you fly, fly it proud!