Archive for the "tshirt" Tag

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Posted On: 2013 / 06 / 04

I really like how Github displays your yearly code contributions, in that 52×7 green dot matrix. It's cute, informative, and has become iconic enough that any nerd knows what it refers to. I like it so I funcoded a script that will deliver a message after 365 days of running — fun, but kinda slow, […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2013 / 01 / 02

Do you know that logo? It's the logo of the Open Source Initiative, a non-profit formed to advocate for the benefits of open source, and de facto, the logo for open source stuff in general. Personally, I rarely see that logo used anywhere, which is a shame. For the sake of promoting Open Source, and […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2012 / 11 / 30

I said the other day that I wanted Git t-shirts, because when I like something, I want t-shirts of it. I couldn't find any. So I made some: Git t-shirts The Git logo by Jason Long has a very permissive license (CC BY) that allows practically anything as long as the author's name is mentionned. […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 10 / 19

Obligatory geekness and proselytism: "Ask me about WordPress" I just got it in the mail today so I instantly dropped all current affairs to take the picture :) Love this t-shirt? Get yours now on WordPress Shirts where you can vote for the next design they'll print (my favorite one is Powered by WP by […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 10 / 08

Disclaimer: This one is more awesome than a Nintendo Sixty-FOOOOOOOOOOUR for Christmas. You will want to buy it. You will buy it. The tshirt itself is pretty regular: black, a not too fancy "Let Your Dark Side Out" slogan across the chest. Nothing to scream for. But then you sort of flip the shirt up […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 09 / 24

This shirt nicely matches my mood sometimes at work, especially if the day is crippled with meetings. I like its aesthetic simplicity, the university athletic look and the "subtle" details that completely escape the non-initiated bystander (anno 1337 and the latin motto "Subsiste Sermonem Statim" which apparently translates to "Stop Speaking Immediately") Seriously, sporting a […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 09 / 13

My latest tshirt is so insanely full of awesomeness that I will have to blog about it on a weekly basis to share how much I dig it. Seriously, every time I pass nearby a mirror, I just stop and contemplate it for 10 minutes. I got it after @Viper007Bond mentioned a cool wallpaper which […][...] → Read more