[Foundation-l] Alternatives to Cafepress
gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 15:37:55 UTC 2007
When you consider how marketing works, we can have a clothing line that
shows off the intellectual qualities of the wearer.. it is something that
would nicely offset the more foolish brands of clothing where it is the so
manieth pop star film star of whatever person who went in to this line of
Really, we could make serious money if we take this serious. We could even
have a reserved range of clothing for people with more then a certain amount
of edits ... hmmm I may want a 10k WMF edits premium leather jacket ... :)
On 8/31/07, Ben Yates <ben.louis.yates at gmail.com> wrote:
> T-shirts are for publicity and good relations more than fundraising.
> On 8/31/07, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 31/08/2007, Peter Halasz <email at pengo.org> wrote:
> > > The "Wikipedia is Completely Neutral Towards Threadless competition"
> > > doesn't quite have the same ring to it, but sure, it could work.
> > "Wikipedia maintains its Neutral Point Of View towards Threadless
> > Despite Thinking They're Very Nice People And Working Well Together
> > Competition <ref>"
> > Dunno if they'd be open to variations on the catchphrase :-)
> > > Personally I'd just like to have a Wikipedia tshirt that I'd be
> > > comfortable wearing around non-geeks.
> > Even a plain puzzle globe T-shirt marks you as some sort of nerd who
> > thinks reading and writing encyclopedias is *fun*.
> > - d.
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