Ever checked out the Threadless website? If you haven't, you really should; it's a great online, community driven t-shirt store. Users submit their designs to Threadless, the community votes on them, and the best are made into limited-run t-shirts and...
My Twitter followers are important to me. No, really, you all are. But I'm not convinced that they're important enough for me to want to wear them on my chest all day. Still, you might be closer to them than I am, so for £20 you can stick them on on T-Shirt and look down every ten minutes at your lovely disciples.
Also available are mugs (for £11), bags (currently out of stock) and business cards (£5.50). Just think to yourself before you make your purchase - will you genuinely still be wearing that thing in six months' time?
Twitter Mosaic (via TechCrunch)
Poor old Jammie Thomas is the woman who was convicted of file sharing and ordered to pay the recording industry $220,000 in compensation.
She is now attempting to make some of the money back - and fund an appeal - by selling t-shirts and underpants on the internet. Here is a photograph of her underpants: