DIY Gmail Messenger Bag

It all makes sense! You use gmail to send messages and it’s a messenger bag! Why didn’t anyone make this sooner. Dare I say that it’s cool? It’s not something that I’d use every single day, but it is something that I would use every so often to earn me tech geek street cred. The DIY enthusiasts will love this, especially the ones that, ummm, love to send emails? I want this.

The DIY Gmail Messenger Bag is available now from Geek Cook for $43.99.

The Floppy Disk: Kids Today Have No Idea What This Is

So sad, but so true. Reminds of that time I went to Best Buy and asked a salesperson whether or not they sold Record Players. You know, those Ion ones that you can hook up to your modern day computer. Yes, people still make record players (with USB built in even!) and yes, people still listen to records. Not so much with the Floppy Disk. I haven’t seen or used a floppy disk since maybe early last decade. It’s 2012 and it’s now all about the cloud.

Kids Today Have No Idea What This Is is available now from SnorgTees for $19.95.

Tetris Taught Me the Fundamentals of Architecture

Here’s yet another excellent shirt from Twitter Tees, the Threadless and Twitter side project, and it’s a shirt that any kid who grew up in the early 90’s with a Gameboy or NES can attest to. It’s called Tetris Taught Me The Fundamentals of Architecture and is an obvious homage to the brick building game that was a gaming and cultural phenomenon. The featured tweet was originally tweeted by @nintechno. You can pick up this shirt from Threadless Twitter Tees for $18.

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Oh, really Michael!

Ever wished you could be K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider? Well now you can with this shirt from Etsy designer, rubyred. Rubyred, an artist we’ve featured on the blog before, had this to say about the design:  “I’ve been playing around with a new halftone technique and created this as a test, it looks a little like that strange talking car from the 80s!” I have to say that paired with a blazer, this shirt looks slick!

Pick up “Oh, really Michael” from the rubyred Etsy store for $26.13.

Oh, really Michael!

Oh, really Michael!

Co-Tee TV Episode 37: Obama, Ware Clothing and Floppies

In this episode I wear Mega Byte Me by Ware Clothing, a brand new tee brand based out of San Francisco, California. If you’re into vintage technology, grew up in the 80’s, or actually know what a floppy disc looks like then I am sure that you’ll be able to appreciate the products from Ware Clothing.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Mega Byte Me by Ware Clothing. Pros: Fun T-Shirt for those of you who enjoy vintage technology or cute characters. Each Ware character comes with a background story. Shirts come packaged with Ware Clothing buttons and stickers. The design features a three color print on a black American Apparel tee. Great price at $12. Cons: Plain packaging, the retro graphics and bit-like type might not appeal to everyone. Price: $12.

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Co-Tee TV Episode 32: Milk & Eggs, Slide To Unlock and iPhones

Let me warn you beforehand that Episode 32 of Co-Tee TV is one fun episode! It ended up being very long as well, maybe because I can talk hours at a time about Apple products. And because of that I was very excited to review Slide To Unlock from Milk & Eggs Co. because the shirt is based on a device I could probably not live without – my iPhone! Hope you enjoy this episode, just one more day (and video) left until this week over!

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Slide To Unlock by Milk & Eggs Co.. Pros: I absolutely adore this shirt and think the concept is brilliant. The shirt itself is printed on an American Apparel blank which is always a plus in terms of quality. I think any iPhone user would enjoy this shirt, it would make for a perfect gift! Custom hangtags add a professional touch and the added goodies in the package like the Milk & Eggs buttons and stickers are an awesome bonus. Cons: I have no complaints when it comes to this shirt. Price: $20.

Slide To Unlock by Milk & Eggs Co.

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