My t-shirt provider (RedBubble) is having a 15% off site-wide promotion to celebrate Geek Week, making this a good time to try out some of my malwear t-shirts.
Basically I had some ideas for some geeky t-shirts, and found a site that would not only make them for me, but also sell them for me. I don’t like adverts on web pages, so I pay WordPress not to put them on my blog. Selling t-shirts is my way of recovering some of the costs involved in hosting the blog — I get a few dollars for each t-shirt sold, and you get a t-shirt out of it to hopefully impress your friends with.
I usually order the t-shirts myself and check them out before making them publicly available, but I haven’t had time to wait for some of the later ones to be delivered. I have checked the ‘going phishing’ and ‘some assembly required (arm)’ t-shirts, but haven’t yet checked the others. The text t-shirts (that is, not the two ‘do not track’ t-shirts, are based on the ‘phishing’ and ‘assembly’ t-shirts so should be reasonably similar to them.
You can find more information about my malwearmusings shop using the ‘malwearmusings (t-shirts)‘ link in the menu bar, or you can visit it by going to http://www.redbubble.com/people/malwearmusings/shop
RedBubble have given me the checkout code of ‘GEEKOUT’ to use when ordering. The promotion runs from 17th January 2016 – 18th January 2016 (‘local time’). I’m assuming that local time is GMT + 11:00. I don’t know if that includes the 18th or not, so possibly best to order on the 17th GMT + 11:00 if you don’t want to miss out. If it turns out that local time is in a later time zone then you won’t have missed out as we’re pretty far to the east here as far as time zones go.