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)
Finally, it begins. I’ve been waiting for an anti-lolcats backlash since I first clapped eyes on ‘cheezeburger’, and since the ratio for genuinely funny lolcat pics is about 1:70 nowadays, I’m sure I am not alone. Think Geek is leading the revolution with ‘God kills a LOLcat’ – available for roughly £19 including international shipping.
We wrote about this t-shirt eons ago, but Zara felt it was time to get ahold of one and model it for, err, review purposes. Her exact words over on Shiny Shiny are “try not to stare at my chest”, so I’ll trust you’re all not too pervy.
If you fancy one too…
It arrived! It arrived! My very own social-networking t-shirt from Spreadshirt was waiting on my desk this morning when I arrived at work, and as you can see, I’m a very happy bunny.
I’m as yet to tick off all the sites I belong to, as will wait until I buy a water-resistant marker, but 13 little boxes are screaming out for ticks inside them.
My only complaint…
We’ve seen plenty of geek t-shirts grace the virtual pages of Tech Digest before, but I don’t think none of them match the geek cred exuded by this web 2.0 effort. No, not even the flashing Wi-Fi reception top.
As your beady eyeballs can see, the shirt features a list of all the most popular social networking sites – all 79 of them. Wearers can use a marker pen to tick off all the sites they belong to, then…
Hey, it’s no Steve Jobs costume, but a costume tee decking you out Star Wars-stylee is *almost* as geektacular.
As anyone who’s ever watched the films can tell (that’d be most of you, no?), there are four choices, Chewbacca,…