Some New Techdirt T-Shirts (And Hoodies, And More…)

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I Invented Email

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Okay, it’s been a long time since we ran some t-shirt campaigns around here, and we’ve been hard at work on some new designs that we think you’ll enjoy. First up, we’ve got one that we’ve had a few people asking for: our brand new I Invented Email gear, allowing you to express your opinion on certain events. Separate from that, we’ve got some brand new Techdirt logo gear in two styles. Check ’em out. The email t-shirts are only available for a limited time, so get them while they’re here.

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Ehud Gavron (profile) says:

This isn't funny. I did invent it.

I’ve been called “E-Male” (because my friends call me “E” for Ehud) for a long long time.

That dash between E and Male is just there to make it clear that don’t call me Ehmolly. It’s E Male.

Don’t be hating on me because I come from a foreign country or have a name you think is funny. I’m still Emale. I wanted to get a patent on it but they didn’t have any when I was born on Possible Future Nicknames™. I wanted to get a trademark but I wasn’t using it in commerce. I wanted to get a copyright but nowadays everything’s covered by copyright so I FREAKING HAVE ONE.

Emale. ©1980-2017 Ehud “Emale” Gavron

Please correct the spelling on the shirts you’re sending me. I ordered two.



Anonymous Coward says:

I’ve been in the market for a new coffee cup, and this is the perfect opportunity to do some good and solve that problem, but Teespring’s payment system is so thoroughly amateurish and problematic that if it wasn’t TD using them, I’d swear it was a scam outfit.

Multiple unspecific rejections after the order supposedly clears, and their idea of correcting the payment info is to place the order all over again and re-entering everything.

Sent them a CS message. Hopefully they’ll get their act together before the campaign closes.

Posting here so there’s a record of their competence.

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