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T-shirt maker recommendations?

I've never used Cafe Press or any other custom printer like that before, but I have some sweet t-shirt design ideas. Anyone have a favorite vendor for this kind of thing?

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TermKit

TermKit is a webkit based terminal application. It's pretty limited in what it can do right now, but it's a great idea and is very pretty. I look forward to seeing more of this kind of thing, though it's probably … Continue reading

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Status Updates

I think I'm just going to use WordPress as a twitter client at this point. Fewer websites and applications to have to worry about. Also no word limit. Also I can keep the history. I should do something about comments, … Continue reading

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The Problem With Saints by 8in8

8in8 is a supergroup composed of Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Ben Folds and Damian Kulash of OK Go. They set out to record 8 songs in 8 hours and ended up with 6 songs in 6 hours. Here is a … Continue reading

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Hacker Typer

Hacker Typer is a web site that lets you bash away at your keyboard and pretend that you're writing the Linux Kernel just like they do in the movies and on TV. It's pretty hilarious. Found via Hack a Day

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Laughing Squid Web Hosting Sys Admin/Tech Support Position Available

We're hiring! Laughing Squid is currently looking for a combined Sys Admin/Tech Support person in the US who can work on the server side of things as well as provide tech support for our web hosting customers (mostly Help Desk, … Continue reading

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Lovecraftian Lego House

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Testing, Testing

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Community Paper Crane Folding & Fundraiser for Japan

As a gesture of Portland's hope and goodwill toward the victims of the recent disasters in Japan, we're having a community paper folding to make cranes on Saturday, March 19th from 12pm – 5pm. The folded cranes will go on … Continue reading

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Cranes for Japan

There's a tradition in Japan of making origami cranes as a token of peace and general good will. The tradition says that if someone makes one thousand cranes they can have a wish come true or something like that. I've … Continue reading

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