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Slashdot T-Shirt Design Contest

CmdrTaco posted more than 15 years ago | from the geeks-should-never-be-naked dept.

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Copyleft has redone all their pages, so it only makes sense that we get some new T-Shirts up there too. So we're going to try to do a contest for some new designs. I'm going to serve as Judge (and god am I ruthless judge) on this one, and the Winner (or Winners if there are several good entries) will get the fame and glory of having their names and designs displayed here... as well as a $100 credit at Copyleft. Hit the link below to read the specifications.

  • Fronts and Backs are good, but not required
  • Designs that will work on different colored shirts are good (black/white/grey)
  • Large lossless formats are preferred (PNG is nice, jpeg's will be ignored) Bitmapped images ought to be fairly large (100-200 DPI) so that they print nicely. I better be able to view it on Linux, so don't go sending me a Freehand file or something. If ya gotta use some other platform for an illustration, I don't care, but I'd prefer seeing a Gimper win (are you listening tigert?!)
  • I prefer if you email me a URL with the image, but I'll also take attachments (although if you gotta send attachments, you might want to send me a lower quality preview image so you don't lock my ISDN line up for 5 minutes while I download your 8 meg tiff)
  • I'm gonna judge. Sure we ought to have a poll or something, and if I have time, maybe we will, but I'm going to make the final decision- and I am anal about this stuff. Friends and family of Blockstackers are eligible, but no 1/8th size clones of ruthless evil masterminds bent on global domination please.
  • Suggestions: witty slogans, use of #006666 green or the curve, the Caliseo font, avoid using something that is copyrighted by another company (we don't wanna get sued!), good clean simple design- I'm a geek, but I'm an artsy guy too!
  • We'll pick winners in a week or 2.

I'm looking forward to seeing what ya'll come up with. This ought to be fun. Besides, its sorta like doing your part to keep geeks clothed. Nobody really wants to see me running around naked. Well, maybe somebody, but I bet he/she doesn't look like Heather Graham...

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Re:Sweatshirts (2)

Buckskin Gelding (17064) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847845)

Rob's missing the big picture here - a full-scale slashdot merchandising program just like the big guys:

trading cards/action figures (rob/hemos/etc)
bed spreads/curtains/towels/etc
bathing suits
temporary tattoos
comic books/videos/"music from the motion picture"
etc etc etc


learn to program a sewing machine (1)

paynter (8696) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847846)

> i think i'll start sewing them on the left
> breast of all my shirts, just like laverne.
> i'm gonna be *stylin*

Or better still, draw up your /. design in a
Windows-friendly format, pop it on a floppy disk,
and take it (and your most fashionable shirt)
into a Bernina shop.

Ask the good folks there to open it, copy it
into Bernina Artista, download it onto one of
their high-end embroidery-capable machines,
and then watch as it plays the seamstress.

It's almost as much fun as a plotter!
And you can do ray-traced spheres too!
(But don't expect millions of colours.)

Re:Creativity (1)

mdemeny (35326) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847847)

Hey believe it or not, some /. readers are artists or graphic designers by trade. We're not all code-heads, you know. :-)

how much is donated? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847848)



well, $100 bux credit for a well-designed logo is a killer deal... for copyleft. I wonder exactly HOW MUCH of the profit is donated? i couldn't find it on the web site.

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

grunef (19387) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847849)

well yeah i agree with that .. i haev had a few pais of hemp jeans .... very nice comfy casual sorta feel ..
an ofcasue its just cool to be wearing pot

Re:suggestion? (HELP!) (1)

gavinhall (33) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847850)

Posted by Nina Simone:

You can find it here:
http://discuss.userland.com/msgReader$7162

In addition to Neal, who are the best web writers we have?

Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847851)

I only wear T-shirts for yard work or construction work...basically only when there's a possibility of getting really dirty. Even then I hate it. (Well, the NeXT T-shirt is OK, and the 3 floor T-shirts I did for my college dorms...a slashdot shirt might make it into that elite group).

I'm with the poster here...I freeze all of the time, I run a heater in my office even in the summer and wear long sleeves constantly, only dress oxfords...never a tie (Ok, weddings and funerals...that's it).

I'd *never* wear a pocket protector...and with the exception of the NeXT-logo T-shirt, I neither own nor wear any article of clothing with a logo on it.

--Rubinstien (A.C. 'cuz I'm at home and too lame to log in)

P.S. If this were open longer than two weeks I might attempt to learn the Gimp and do something with it. I'm a good artist, I've done plenty of shirts (starting back in '82) but with the traditional tools (pen, brush, ink, and paper).

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

dfreed (40276) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847852)

My Fellow nerd, Some of us nerds do actualy excede the standary 5'2" geek image. I need 4XL because I have a 4XL chest and shoulder size (stop coughing, its true I am 6'6"), not 4XL waist line's. Just thought I would help break that geek mold a little more.

I'll see yer $100 and raise it at Amazon.Com (2)

CodeShark (17400) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847853)

Seems like everybody with a web site is sponsoring a contest nowadays. Keeps life interesting, I guess, especially for the "artistically challenged " folks like me. *grin* Actually, the reason I'm posting this is that this is the second design competition I've seen today.

Head on over to NTTG.Net for more details -- they've got two contests starting up with a couple of hundred dollars in Amazon.com gift certificates for prizes.

I talked to Dan Weaver, one of the people who's supplying hardware, etc. to the site (nice guy BTW)... the site authors' know that the site's not the best looking thing yet, but wanted to get up and running quickly and are really interested in feedback from us talented folks at /. (I had to put in a blatant promotion on behalf of all of us, wouldn't you agree?) ;-)

On second thought, maybe I could use a new t-shirt... time to fire up the airbrush, I guess. Hope I don't blow anything up this time...

**poof** oops, big red splotch on the wife...

*sigh...*

Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (2)

Stephen Williams (23750) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847854)

with the exception of the NeXT-logo T-shirt, I neither own nor wear any article of clothing with a logo on it.

A couple of months ago, the company I work for dished out polo shirts with the corporate logo on to everyone in my department. I gave mine to a charity shop. (Not so much over the corporate logo issue; more that polo shirts don't work well when worn under long-sleeved shirts).

Just One Question.. (1)

Etriaph (16235) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847855)

Besides the cash and having them displayed, would we get one of the t-shirts too? :)

Re:Creativity (1)

Darchmare (5387) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847856)

About right now, Rob should be kicking himself for picking on all the Mac users. :>


- Darchmare
- Axis Mutatis, http://www.axismutatis.net

Where is the Caliseo Font? (1)

mrflip (11712) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847857)

Where can I find the "Slashdot" (Caliseo?) font? Preferably in TrueType format. Any help appreciated. flip

What about Berets (1)

dclydew (14163) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847858)

I think Green or Black or Red Berets with the /. insignia would be very very cool

GPL on a shirt (1)

p0d (56980) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847859)

I've seen a shirt with the GPL on it...so that idea would not work anyway...

Re:how much is donated? (1)

p0d (56980) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847860)

True. 100 bucks ain't bad at all, considering logo dev can be in the 10s of thousands

I (and a friend or two) agree! no GPL! (1)

scarbelly (56894) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847861)


I thought about ordering the t-shirt with the copyleft symbol on the back. Although I praise the GPL, I didnt order the shirt because of the big nasty looking license on the back. If enough people agree, maybe we could get a batch w/o it?

Re:Ray-Traced Logos (1)

ALG (41966) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847862)

About your sig... I've always heard the saying "An infinate number of monkeys could type the complete works of Shakespeare given an infinate amount of time". But isn't the Internet disproving the theory as we... type?

ALG

Re:Ray-Traced Logos (1)

ALG (41966) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847863)

Of course you'd also think I'd learn how to spell "infinite"...

ALG

Re:have idea, but need artist... (1)

nebulous (60595) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847864)

Heya,

Artist-geek ready and willing to help.

n.

Hey, Rob... (1)

SissyLaLa (17392) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847865)

I have an idea, but
I AM NOT AN ARTIST.
Are you accepting "concepts" or images only?

Re:Hey, Rob... (1)

SissyLaLa (17392) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847866)

Well, I have three ideas now. Here's one for free:

front:

/.

back:

"This poll sucks -
Rob is an idiot."

Re:Ray-Traced Logos (1)

Arkham (10779) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847867)

Well, mathematically, one monkey is statistically equivalent to 100, or 1000, or any finite number given infinite time. However, it's not equivalent to infinite monkeys in infinite time. Both are infinite, but the size of infinity squared is greater (yeah, I know, but ask a math professor).

Re:I guess I'm a fan of minimalism and crypticness (1)

tigert (8580) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847868)


So go get a white shirt and a magic marker? :)

Tig

The most KICK ASS Linux shirts I've ever seen (1)

Talisman (39902) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847869)

Dunno who the artist is, but I e-mailed the company to ask if he'll submit something for /.

The shirt they sell now absolutely ROCKS! I just bought 4 of them.

The URL is:

http://www.sweetgear.com/shirts/shirt.htm

or for the lazy, click here [sweetgear.com] .


Talisman

"Man is the only animal capable of blushing, and he is the only one that needs to." - Twain

Re:Creativity (1)

Machupo (59568) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847870)

I used Tux, but that's not the message of my t-shirt... it's just that i have absolutely no talent when it comes to art (heck, i even failed 5th grade sculpting -- i.e. clay ashtray class). It's pretty neato tho, considering that i gave Tux a flip-top head* (copyright of Reach, or something, cause that is a really funny commercial). Neways, this comment has kindof gone off at a tangent from where it started off, so i might as well drop my url...

Talk about horrible scripting... i think i did this when i was 13 and just decided to cut and paste this time :) [aol.com]

niiiice long link for those of us who forgot our glasses!

Request! (3)

Serk (17156) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847872)

Rob, Even if you don't let us vote on 'em, can you put the submissions up somewhere for us to look at? I'd love to see what the artsty among us can do with this...

Caliseo Font (2)

adraken (8869) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847873)

can someone post an URL to the Caliseo font? i can't find it anywhere

I guess I'm a fan of minimalism and crypticness. (2)

smileyy (11535) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847874)

I'd love a slashdot shirt, black on white, with just "/." on the front. Nothing else.

I'd like the same kinda thing with copyleft -- with just the copyleft symbol on the front, and not the GPL on the back.

I wanna hear... (3)

webslacker (15723) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847875)

How many times Rob gets the same submission of a box with a forward slash and a period inside!

how many colors? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847876)

How many colors can we use?

How big (inches) can the final product be? (1)

adraken (8869) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847877)

if we use 200 dpi, how many inches (width & height) should we look not to exceed?

Re:I guess I'm a fan of minimalism and crypticness (1)

beppu (32422) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847878)

I in agreement with you on the minimal thing.
I too would love a copyleft shirt with just
the copyleft logo on it. It's more subtle
that way -- spelling out the whole GPL is
just too blunt for me (not that I have
anything against the GPL).

The last time something re:Copyleft was posted
on Slashdot, someone from their crew said that
they'd be making such a shirt, so my hopes are
high on this.

How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (2)

Stephen Williams (23750) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847879)

This is probably heresy, but I hardly ever, if at all, wear short-sleeved shirts. I feel the cold noticibly; if the sun is blazing down (rare in this country, but hey), but there is a slight breeze, I'll feel chilly because of the breeze. Therefore, I almost always wear a long-sleeved shirt (denim or twill, no polyester or anything like that) with a breast pocket for my pens. Mind you, I often wear a T-shirt under the shirt, but that's no way to show off a cool Slashdot T-shirt.

How about a Slashdot pocket protector? :-)

heh (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847880)

wow i guess BSI is hard up for cash ever since you fired all the good writers

... (0)

Big Jim (24218) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847881)

Mmmm... Heather Graham...

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

Philem (15707) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847882)

Here, here! Being part of the "larger" than average nerd crowd, I do like roomy tee-shirts. Just call me XXX boy! :-)

My shirt design (1)

Ristoril (60165) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847883)

Front:

/. (nothing new here)

Back:

.\

of course, you'd want the actual design to have the slashes at the same angle.....

Bigger Shirts (1)

cwj123 (16058) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847884)

Do you think Copyleft could make bigger shirts (XXXL) for the "larger" nerd crowd?

Re:Bigger Shirts (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847885)

I'll second this motion. I'd also like to see polo and denim/twill button-down shirts for those of us larger geeks who prefer a little more coverage than a t-shirt affords.

Re:Bigger Shirts (2)

Stephen Williams (23750) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847886)

I'd also like to see polo and denim/twill button-down shirts for those of us larger geeks who prefer a little more coverage than a t-shirt affords.

Denim and twill shirts in all sizes would be great, for us small geeks who prefer them to T-shirts. My shirt size is "medium". I'm little.

Sweatshirts (1)

MetallicBurgundy (40252) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847887)

Any hope of a /. sweatshirt, maybe with one of these new designs? Better yet, simply embroider a /. on the front (say 4-6 inches in size...). That's what I want...

(mmm... warm fuzzy sweatshirt... with /. logo... mm...)

Re:Bigger Shirts (2)

trog (6564) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847888)

I go to the gym. Five days a week. That's WHY I need a XXXL.

muhaha.


Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (1)

Wah (30840) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847889)

Got a gnome hat t'other day, great service from those guys. I NEED a /. tee (and a way cool one would be that much better)

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

GleekOid (6959) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847890)

Dude, get to the Gym. Fast.

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

Wah (30840) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847891)

hemp, hemp, hemp........(aaaaaahhhh, nothing better after a long daze work)

Re:The most KICK ASS Linux shirts I've ever seen (1)

triple6 (50069) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847892)

Yep, great image. I first saw it over at satanic.org [satanic.org] . I hope the t-shirt is being produced by the original artist; I would hate to think that he's getting ripped off.

Re:Caliseo Font (1)

Seth Cohn (24111) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847893)

Extensive web searching (all major engines, including google, infind, and others) found no sites that related 'font' to Caliseo

Link please? Rob?

slashdot action figures! (2)

Leapfrog (4220) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847894)

I would gladly shell out $7 for a Rob Malda/Commander Taco action figure. (with new coding action!) And heck, I'd probably buy a Katz action figure, because what good is a hero without a villian? (heh.. just to the rest of the world, Jon.)

And there definately needs to be a talking anonymous coward figure. You push the button and it either

  • A) shouts "First Post!",
  • B) tries to incite a flamewar regarding GNOME/KDE or
  • C) takes the world by surprise and says something useful.

But the sheets, I'm not sure about. I see /. often enough while I'm awake. The last thing I need is my slashdot addiction trying to get at me when I'm asleep.

Re:Creativity (2)

Uart (29577) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847895)

I myself was considering slapping a "/." on the Ewing penguin, and calling it a logo, however, Slashdot isn't linux, Its readers might use linux, but it is News for Nerds, which is more general..

Linux & /. TIES (1)

Uart (29577) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847896)

I have to wear ties to school (neckties)
What i am looking for is a tie (maybe yellow?) with a big bad "Tux" on it. and possibly something with a /. also.....

Re:The most KICK ASS Linux shirts I've ever seen (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847897)

well it looks like they didn't like the publicity, cause it's a dead link now..

I enthusiastically second that (2)

grappler (14976) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847898)

If such a copyleft shirt is made (just the backward C in a circle,
nothing else), I would definately get at least one. I'm for the GPL
and all (duh, otherwise I wouldn't want the shirt) but there's
something cool about just having that weird backwards copyright
symbol on it.

People that don't know will look twice at it as they pass you on
the street, and think it's cool in a weird sort of way. Others will
recognize it and not need to see the GPL written out on the
back. Put me down for one of those. I've actually checked
back several times to see if such a shirt had been added.

have idea, but need artist... (1)

acaro (118026) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847899)

I have an idea for a t-shirt/slogan that I thought up awhile ago, but I am not artistic enough to do the art work. Anyone willing to help me on it? I can provide the details and sketch, and then you can finish up the artwork. If we win, we split the money. Anyone interested?

Ray-Traced Logos (1)

NullGrey (46215) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847900)

Is it just me, or does it seem that with any competition of this type, there is always a moron who fires up POV-Ray, spends five minutes making a ray-traced logo, and then submits it? Don't get me wrong, I love POV-Ray and ray-traced images (although they wouldn't quite transfer to a t-shirt that well), but everyone here's seen chrome spheres and checkered floors. Let's lay off the ray-traced logos this time. -NG


+--
Given infinite time, 100 monkeys could type out the complete works of Shakespeare.

Re:Bigger Shirts (1)

The Cheez-Czar (4124) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847901)

I emailed them about it asking for 4XL and they replied that it might be possible and asked what shirt I wanted it in.

I assume that they could work something out to get it in those sizes at that time.
I didn't buy because I could never decide on a shirt (No design and t-shirt color combo appealed to me).

Hope Rob picks a cool design and if they do the 4xl , they scale it to size.

I'd like something besides my 4 different Psycho Chihuahua (available from Casual Male Big and Tall [thinkbig.com] In case you want to dress like me)

--
Cheez

t-shirt w/ ./ only (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847902)

i'd also like to see a slashdot t-shirt that's black and has nothing but /. on it. but perhaps not white for the /., maybe some grey, or a green or brown that goes well with the black and sort of fades out of it without being as stark contrast as white/black.

and a sweatshirt w/ the same. polo shirt too??

Creativity (1)

mistral27 (4285) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847903)

Hmmm?...Wondering how many people will actually submit a design that they created all by themselves (i.e. not use Larry Ewing's)?

Re:Bigger (+ better) Shirts (1)

Artichoke (34549) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847904)

shurely: and third

Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (1)

mr_null (16516) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847905)

Heh. I don't wear anything BUT t-shirts. (Unless Management forces me to wear a company shirt to a conference...) copyleft.net does sell long sleeved shirts though, so you don't have to buy t-shirts.

Ties maybe? (Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts (1)

Eg0r (704) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847906)

I wouldn't mind wearing a very cool tie when I'm lecturing or going to conferences... Like a black one covered in green cryptic /. with random principal axis direction and random spacing... mmhh... have some code to write ;)
Or even one covered in little penguins?!

I don't like ties mind you, but sometimes one just has to wear them :)

Also a slogan for slashdot might be /. Are YOU hooked? ;-)

---

Re:... (1)

Delta-9 (19355) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847907)

perferably from boogie nights!

yeah, baby!

Re:My shirt design (1)

Thomas Charron (1485) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847908)

I love the idea of that.. With the /. in green, with a grey shadow..

Not I (1)

UnkyHerb (12862) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847909)

All I ever DO wear are t-shirts. They are great, if its colder i wear a long-sleever on the inside, and a t-shirt on the outside.

Suggestion for a variation on that (2)

grappler (14976) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847910)

How about a shirt printed to look like a sword or big knife is
slashing a huge, jagged tear in the shirt, and next to it a large
bullethole or burned out area printed on. Naturally, they would
form the design you are talking about.

Re:how much is donated? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847911)

I had some discussion with the copyleft folks a couple of months ago. I wanted tshirts with pockets. I was told that they are a money losing place who hopes to turn that around. So, I don't think there are any profits to share at this point.

its coming on friday (1)

headrock (37375) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847912)

they're being printed as we speak. they'll be up on friday.

Where to find docks to install the fonts? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847913)

ok i got the postscript fonts, now i can't find the docks to install fonts. Anyone care to give a hint?

Re:have idea, but need artist... (1)

PhiberOptik (92063) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847914)

sure thing. i'm pretty handy at photoshop and GiMP, so i'll help out ;p let me know [mailto]

Simple is good. (1)

Boolean (15853) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847915)

What I would like to see is a simple /. over the left breast and on the back a large "Slashdot" written out with the artwork that is used when an article is posted about Slashdot, such as the "Slashdot Falls From First Place" article today.

learn to sew (1)

gwendoline (19260) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847916)

all these ideas i'm reading about having a /. on the breast pocket or mock neck or beret or what not are pretty easy to carry out. if you can code, you can certainly make a few stitches. or have a tailor do it. or your mom. or dad. or whoever. i think i'll start sewing them on the left breast of all my shirts, just like laverne. i'm gonna be *stylin*

Re:Where to find docks to install the fonts? (1)

FRENZY (30584) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847917)

Hey Coward!

Where'd you find the font? Pass the URL.

Thanks!

-FRENZY

suggestion? (HELP!) (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847918)

i just spent 20 minutes looking for it and i cant find it. immediately after slashdot posted neal stephenson's "in the beginning there was the command line" article his website had to take it down. for a while, when you tried to get the article all you got was a little thingie from neal stephenson that said something along the lines of "it was like the barbarian horde from hell came and pillaged everything...at least that was how my isp described it". (NOT the original quote)
even now, you have to download it as a zipped text file instead of the original html. i thought it was pretty funny.

it was a very cool quote but I CANT FIND IT ANYMORE. and i think it was on the cryptonomicon.com website originally but its not there now. does anyone else think that would be a cool "back" to a shirt (along with graphs of the slashdot effect posted a while ago) or is it just me?

if not, does anyone REMEMBER the damn quote? its really really bothering me.

by the way, if you think this idea is cool, go ahead and take it. i hav no artistic talent, i dont care, i just want a kickass shirt.

Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (1)

Pasc (59) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847919)

I would love to have a nice collared shirt with a /. logo. That way I could wear it to work on causual days and be the envy of all my peers!

I just got some Copyleft gear the other day and it is awesome, but I only wear it on the weekends. (Darn dress code at work.) I wanna show my geek pride every day of the week! :)

(A /. tie would rock also.)

Re:Ray-Traced Logos (1)

Thomas Charron (1485) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847920)

Hey, I'm ALL FOR Raytraced logo's, but they need to at least come up with something beside's /. on a plane.. ;-P

"from the geeks-should-never-be-naked dept." (2)

stickyc (38756) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847921)

How about appending "in public" to that?
The whole idea behind telecommuting was so I can cinch multi-billion-dollar deals butt-nekkid and stanky. (just don't tell them about the Home Office Cam).

Go there. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847922)

Go ask in alt.binaries.fonts but only after you couldn't find it on the huge web font sites. cuz the reply is usually slow.

--fontfish

Re:... (1)

ez8 (29763) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847923)

Does any one have a picture of Heather Graham?


"Well that's a dumb idea."--Peter Card of the Jupiter Group

Re:How many geeks don't wear T-shirts? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 15 years ago | (#1847924)

I would buy a nice collared shirt with a pocket. I wear t-shirts frequently and they all have pockets. None of Copyleft's shirts have pockets, so I have never seriously considered buying them. I don't understand how any real geek could go out without a pocket on their shirt, but I supposed some things must remain mysteries.

My entry (1)

Mr T (21709) | more than 15 years ago | (#1847925)

I have this cool shirt from A-Basin. It's an all black mock turtle and right on the jugular (so it's kind of off to the side) in green letters "Vail Sucks"

I suggest we change the words to "Slashdot.org" It's a very stylish shirt, made of a thin cotton fabric which keeps you warm in winter and cool to termperate in the summer (as long as you stay out of the sun, it is black)

Throw on some slacks and a jacket and you're ready for the ladies...

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