Twitter Tees and Geeky Clothingby
About a year ago I wrote about t-shirts designed with the geek girl in mind and I’ve always been a fan of techno-savvy tops (although in an early post from 2005 I did feature HTML underwear). Today a trending topic on Twitter is “Twitter Tees” as it appears Threadless has come up with these amusing styles for the Twitter-minded.
I still like the cheeky “Show Me Your Tweets” shirt I got from 6S Marketing, I enjoy the “Robots – No Follow” shirt I got for John and we have a few favourites that will never go out of style like “There’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1“.
So with these Twitter Tees selling like hot cakes today, I’ll ask… what’s your favourite geeky t-shirt? The one with the audio meter that lights up? The wifi detector? The molecular structure of caffeine? “I Know H.T.M.L“? User-made coffee mugs? If you have a photo of yourself wearing any of the above (or something similar) add it to the Miss604 Flickr group and I’ll post them on this entry. Feel free to share your source for the tees as well (online and off).
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Here’s a couple of articles about it:
My fave geek t-shirt is a toddler size that says “v2.0” and you can get an adult size that says “v1.0”
My favourites are the ones with the molecular structures – like the Science Fair run where the adrenaline molecule is (implausibly) twisted into a running man!
I’ve seen rounded edge square coasters that display the best known iphone icons and want to get those or make those!
I love my “show me your tweets” shirt (which I stole from hubby) – just wish I had the guts to wear it in public! 😉