101 T-Shirts For Social Media Gurus, Facebook Fans and Twitter Addicts

Are you a social media guru? Are you on Facebook 24/7 connecting with everyone humanly possible? Have you leveraged Twitter for all that it is worth? If so, then the following list of 101 T-Shirts for Social Media Gurus, Facebook Fanatics and Twitter Addicts may be of interest to you. At the very least, it will help you prepare your wardrobe for the next über geeky social media or tech heavy conference, because we all know that wherever the geeks go, so do the geeky T-Shirts.

101 Social Media Shirts

I’d love to hear which one of these are your favorites and whether or not you own any of these tees! And if you know of a Social Media related shirt not on this list then please tell me about it. Leave a comment below in the comments section and let me know!

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1. You Like This by NerdyShirts, $19.95.

You Like This

2. I’m The Mayor of Your Mom on FourSquare by Rizzo Tees, $16.

I'm The Mayor of Your Mom on Foursquare

3. Dislike by Busted Tees, $16.99.

Dislike

4. Nice To Tweet You by ShirtCity, $19.95.

Nice To Tweet You

5. The Coupons by Chop Shop, $20.

The Coupons

6. I Like Wikipedia by Headline Shirts, $15.

I Like Wikipedia

7. d @skywalker by Cathie Tranent (RedBubble), $23.94.

Skywalker DM

8. I’m Not A Blogger I Just Tweet A Lot by Twitter Tees by Threadless, $18.

I'm Not A Blogger I Just Tweet A Lot

9. #ThisShirt by Busted Tees, $10.

#ThisShirt

10. Digg & Reddit & Stumbleupon & Del.icio.us by NerdyShirts, $19.95.

Digg & Reddit & Stumbleupon & Del.icio.us

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SXSW 2010 T-Shirt Sightings (Day 3)

And the awesome SXSW shirt sightings keep rolling in! Here’s my Day 3 recap of some of the awesome shirts being worn at the 2010 SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. Note that Sorry My Phone Died, We All Fall Down, Nerd Is The New Cool, Diner, Infinity MPG and Hey Let’s Go Do Fun Stuff are available for sale (links below).

SXSW T-Shirt Sightings

*All photos belong to their respective owners.

Day 3 SXSW T-Shirt Sightings:

1. We All Fall Down, photo by The Plan8 Podcast. I spot Scam School’s Brian Brushwood in a Rob Dobi tee! Brushwood wore We All Fall Down to the The Big Digg Shindigg At Stubbs BBQ. Buy We All Fall Down from Full Bleed. Visit Brian Brushwood’s site, Rob Dobi’s Site.

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2. Sorry My Phone Died, photo submitted by Bryan Vega. Here’s a tee spotted at SXSW from our friend Joe Pino’s indie tee shop, Dos Chicos Tees! Buy Sorry My Phone Died from Dos Chicos Tees.

Sorry My Phone Died

3. Nerd Is The New Cool, photo by The Plan8 Podcast. I’m a huge fan of Diggnation and The Totally Rad Show and so I am so very envious of you, whoever snapped this photo! Buy Nerd Is The New Cool from Jinx. Visit Alex Albrecht’s site, Kevin Rose’s site, Digg and The Totally Rad Show.

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4. Foursquare, photo by finitor. A Heart composed of the Foursquare badges – brilliant! Visit Foursquare.

Foursquare

5. Facebook Developer Garage Austin + Gowalla, photo by magerleagues. You can tell I’m a tee blogger when the first thing that I notice are the American Apparel tags. Gowalla, if you’re reading this – I want a Gowalla tee! Visit Gowalla and Andrew Mager’s site.

Gowalla

6. Assorted SXSW Swag, photo by jeffreylcohen. I heard Threadless was giving away free Threadless X Griffin iPhone cases. Best swag ever? By the way, I want ALL of these shirts. Buy the Theradless X Griffin iPhone Cases. Visit Digital Papercuts and Threadless.

Assorted SXSW Swag

7. Just Ask – Reggie Bibbs, photo by Reggie Bibbs. Meet Reggie Bibbs (middle), he’s spreading the word about neurofibromatosis through the web. Neat! The guy on the left of Bibbs, in the green shirt, is sporting Infinity MPG by Ross Zietz. Buy Infinity MPG from Threadless. Visit Neurofibromatosis Cafe and Ross Zietz’ site.

Reggie Bibbs

Reggie Bibbs

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Score 50% off Digg Shirts

I’m a big fan of Digg. And I am an even bigger fan of Diggnation. It’s too bad that the Diggnation shirts aren’t on sale because those are the ones that I really want. However, these simple American Apparel brand Digg logo tees are an excellent consolation prize. Pick one up for just $8.50 – a cool 50% off of the retail price. Consider this deal dugg.

Digg T-Shirt

Digg T-Shirt

Digg T-Shirt

7 Awesome Tech T-Shirts

Technology is a major part of my life and has integrated itself into nearly every aspect of my life imaginable. It has even begun to seep into the clothes that I wear! Back in the day, I remember sporting my favorite Napster tee, or that hard to find Apple tee (usually gotten from an OS release). Now, many tech companies provide tees for purchase making it easy for teach fanatics like myself to show on their chest their weapons of choice. 

Here are 7 different technology based tees that reflect innovations that I enjoy to use (or visit and read in the case of Laughing Squid). I’ll focus on “official” tees for this post and do a future post on some 3rd party tees (if you know of some cool ones let me know). 

Do you have a favorite technology tee that you like to use and show off? Post a link to the shirt so that others with similar technologoy tastes can buy and enjoy!

1. WordPress. Does WordPress run your blog (I do for this blog)? Then checkout this site for a selection of official WordPress t-shirts and other merchandise. You can pick up either a red or olive green WordPress tee for £9.50 GBP. The tees are printed on American Apparel. 

2. Google/Blogger. Is Google the first thing you see when you open your browser? Are you part of the Blogger faithful? If so, then you might enjoy some official Google gear. In fact, there is a wide selection of Google merchandise available in their store, from organic tees to recycle track jackets. They’ve even got tees printed on 70% bamboo and 30% cotton. They claim the bamboo component makes it antimicrobial and feel like a mix between cashmere and silk! The Wearables section in the Google store offers 36 different products! The tees are priced between $13.50 – $20.00. 

3. Laughing Squid. This is one of my favorite blogs to visit in InternetLAND and it just so happens that the Laughing Squid’s Scott Beale sells an official t-shirt printed on American Apparel and available for 20 buckaroos! 

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Please Dress Me Review, Hit or Bust?

So Gary Vaynerchuk, head honcho, founding father and spokesman of the Wine Library enterprise (Wine Library TV and the Wine Library Store) has started a new venture with brother AJ Vaynerchuk and Digg architect Joe Stump. That new venture is a T-Shirt search engine. Yep, that’s right, a T-Shirt search engine, something totally unrelated to Vay-ner-chuks expertise in wine and inspirational speaking. 

Is Please Dress Me as good as Wine Library TV? Is Please Dress Me functional and useable, meaning, does it yield good search results? First of all, no, Please Dress Me is not as good as Vaynerchucks’ Wine Library venture. Yet. The reason why it’s not yet as good as Wine Library TV is because of something that it lacks. Don’t get me wrong, the Please Dress Me site looks gorgeous, but unlike Gary’s other venture, it lacks character. See, with Wine Library TV, you knew it was credible because of Vaynerchuks tenacity and love for the topic. If you’ve seen his Wine Library TV podcasts then you know how passionate he is about wine. In other words, Wine Library TV brings the thunder, whereas Please Dress Me does not. Do these guys really love T-Shirts or is this just a side hobby of sorts just because they have the cash to play with? Indie tee designers are a passionate bunch. Gary, AJ and Joe, are you guys passionate about tees?

The concept of a T-Shirt search engine is great. Imagine a tee specific search engine that you can use to search for all the Darth Vader tees that are available online and which will yield you a substantial number of search results (because we know there are a ton of Vader search in InternetLAND). Conceptually, this is a great idea. However, it seems like Please Dress Me (as expected) is going through growing pains because a search for Darth Vader shirts yielded me just a single tee, and it was a familiar Threadless tee to boot instead of something new. Conversely, a Darth Vader search yielded me more than 10 pages of results. Yes, thats a lot to shuffle through, but quickly switching to image views I can pick out the ones I like easily, and google even yielded the same green Threadless Darth Vader shirt that the Please Dress Me search yielded. For the site to be useable you need to yield more results, especially when searching for Darth Vader!

One feature that I do like is the ability to search by price point, this is a nice feature as you can search for tees specific to your budget. Those that like to use only particular colors, say eggplant green, can also search by color. 

One problem that I recognize is the inability for users to add tees to the site. No doubt that they have big time companies indexed, like Threadless, but what about the little guy. What about Indie tee designers? At the moment, users cannot add tees to the site themselves, they have to go through the tedious loop hole of emailing their tee info to the Please Dress Me staff. Adding an “Add Tee” feature would make your site that much more robust and more appealing to the little guy. 

Having said that, I think Please Dress Me has a lot of potential. The growing pains are present, but, with Vaynerchuks’ experience, and hopefully passion for tees, we’ll see a lot of growth and development.