Nice! I'm, going to get one. :)

Kind regards,
Manu

2018-04-16 11:49 GMT+02:00 Philipp Geyer <phil...@geyer.co.uk>:

> Now I've got my brief introduction out of the way, on to more important
> things than who I am.
>
> I was hoping that there may be PicoLisp tshirts for sale already, but it
> seems that's not the case, so I've asked and been told I was allowed to
> put some designs up myself if I wanted, and that other people may be
> interested.
>
> I've had a look at a few different sites which allow for this and (for
> now) settled on teespring as it allowed the most flexibility, despite
> being a little awkward with their sale/campaign stuff. So, I present to
> you, my first PicoLisp design tshirt
>
> https://teespring.com/picolisp
>
> I shall certainly be ordering one myself. I believe the way that
> teespring works is that they print batches every 3 days, so the
> countdown is to the next batch and not a total design lifetime, but I am
> not sure about this at this point.
>
> I have made the prices as low as it will let me, which is practically at
> cost (I think there may be $0.05 profit in a couple of them) but I am
> not doing this to get money out of PicoLisp, it is just because I wanted
> a tshirt, and I thought it'd be nice for other people to get some too if
> possible.
>
> Let me know what you think
>
> Philipp Geyer/Nistur
>
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