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 Ã¼berÂ geeky social media or tech heavy conference, because we all know that wherever the geeks go, so do the geeky T-Shirts.
Iâ€™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.
2. I’m The Mayor of Your Mom on FourSquare by Rizzo Tees, $16.
3. Dislike by Busted Tees, $16.99.
4. Nice To Tweet You by ShirtCity, $19.95.
5. The Coupons by Chop Shop, $20.
6. I Like Wikipedia by Headline Shirts, $15.
7. d @skywalker by Cathie Tranent (RedBubble), $23.94.
8. I’m Not A Blogger I Just Tweet A Lot by Twitter Tees by Threadless, $18.
9. #ThisShirt by Busted Tees, $10.
10. Digg & Reddit & Stumbleupon & Del.icio.us by NerdyShirts, $19.95.
Posted on 28 June '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 18 Comments.
When I first joined Facebook I felt as if I was part of the cool culture of educated geeks who seemed to agree with my sentiments that the bigger and more established Myspace sucked ass. When I first signed up for Facebook, I was happy to see that the little teeny boppers were gone, as were the annoying background flashing GIF’s. There was no music that instantly streamed every time you loaded a new page – thank goodness! The Facebook interface was clean, easy on the eyes and a pleasure to navigate. You needed a .edu email address to register. There was a time when Facebook felt exclusive.
Those days are gone.
NerdyShirts sums things up succinctly by characterizing Facebook as Cultbook. With 400 million users and growing, including those teeny boppers that I so happily left behind when I abandoned Myspace, Facebook is turning into the modern day MySpace. Facebook is no longer exclusive. Facebook is Cultbook, 400 million users strong and growing.
Cultbook is available now from NerdyShirts for $14.95 ($5 off this week only).
And for you Facebook loyalist, be sure to get the You Like This tee, also from NerdyShirts for $19.95.
And of course, this post would not complete if I didn’t ask you to Like Co-Tee TV on … Facebook!
Posted on 21 June '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.
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.
Posted on 30 September '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
Kudo’s to Obama’s publicity/marketing team for reaching out to generation Web 2.0. In an ingenious move, whenever an intrepid Myspace user types in the url to their favorite site, MySpace.com and inadvertently misspells the url as MySpaec.comÂ (go ahead try the link) they get forwarded to Obama’sÂ campaign site.Â
This just goes to show how ingrained social networks like MySpace has become in society. In the 90′s candidates tapped into MTV. In 2008, they utilize Web 2.0. Both Obama and McCain have official MySpace and Facebook pages. Obama has more Twitter followers than Kevin Rose. More Followers than Digg king, Kevin Rose? Say what?!
How long before we see interactive political debates via Web 2.0 upstarts like Ustream and Seesmic? How long before viral videos, like the popular Barack RollÂ video, are initiated by the candidates themselves. The technology and networking tools that we have available to us today makes it possible to reach millions of people at the click of a button. These are powerful times. I’m glad to see our presidential candidates embracing the technology.Â
By the way, if you’re typing in a url to a site you probably visit multiple times a day then shame on you. It’s all about the bookmark bar.Â
*Cheers to Emptees user JacobPlague for pointing this out!
Posted on 14 September '08 by Coty, under Technology. 1 Comment.