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Daily News & Tees for January 6th

by Andy on January 6, 2012

space invaders t-shirt

Very cool Space Invaders shirt from TeeFury today.


‘The birthplace of inspiration’ is up at Shirt.Woot today.


8-bit Back To The Future? Yes please, RIPT.


Fairly obscure Terminator design at Shirt Punch today.


Nowhere Bad reminds of another badass facet of Lincoln’s character.


TeeMinus24 bring out a pop art inspired Admiral Ackbar shirt.


24tee have a shirt for hipsters.


Shirt with a wolf on it at DBH.


I’m sure that TeeBlitz have sold this design before, and it’s a little odd that the time remaining for the design is “-359 days”, but hopefully that doesn’t mean there’s trouble at TeeBlitz.


Loviu wheel out this older design.


Oldie-but-goodie at Tilteed today.


Get 30% off at Seventh.Ink this weekend with the coupon code NEWYEAR2012. [via TeeGazette]


Labyrinth Clothing have a page on The Fancy, and if you ‘fancy’ (the equivalent of ‘like’ on Facebook) any item in their store you’ll unlock a 20% off coupon code.


OMUNKY have added prints to their lineup of goods.


Jeff has shared a few teasers of the his design process on Ugmonk‘s next design.


The UTee just launched a new design. Feel free to go and check it out, but don’t forget which is your favourite tee blog!


Mashbale has a post on how to maximize sales with your ecommerce design.


Here’s Miley Cyrus wearing a Pink Floyd t-shirt, I’m sure that will annoy no one.



Tonka Park are selling two of their popular Big Cartel themes at $25 off, making them $50 each for a limited time. Use coupon code THELBL2012 to get $25 off The Label, and DECMBR2012 for $25 off the December theme.

May I suggest that you advertise on HYA? Options available to suit all budgets.

And that’s the news for today!

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Daily Tees & News for December 2nd

by Andy on December 2, 2011

teefury highlander t-shirt

When I opened all the daily sites today (21 tabs, Firefox doesn’t care for that much) I wondered whether I’d actually get to see the TeeFury site. Thankfully it turned up, so any possible malware that may have existed yesterday appears to have been removed and all is right with the world again. I remain disappointed by the response from TeeFury about the issue, it took them at least 13 hours to acknowledge any kind of problem (done by their Facebook page), and they only wrote about it after the warning message had been removed. They posted this message on Twitter at the same time as the Facebook message: “If you had trouble reaching http://teefury.com earlier, try now! We’ve addressed the issue that was causing problems: http://ow.ly/7LyK8″ That link now goes to a 404 page. Frankly, that is not good enough, if you might be exposing your fans to malware via your site you have to tell people by every avenue about the issue and warn them as soon as possible, not when you’ve fixed the problem, and you should make some kind of mention of it when you send out a newsletter that day (presumably to thousands of people). I still like TeeFury and will continue to write about them, but I do not like the way they dealt with this situation.


Nerd joke at RIPT today.

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