August Penguin T-Shirts
nyh at math.technion.ac.il
Thu Apr 21 15:38:38 IDT 2011
On Thu, Apr 21, 2011, Yaron Shahrabani wrote about "Re: August Penguin T-Shirts":
> I think we've discussed that already... making the shirts more durable may
> cost more meaning that the meeting will cost more and its already not that
> cheap so...
Adding my two cents, what's the point of having unusable (according to Dov)
shirts? Wouldn't it be better to just have no shirts at all?
I have a similar experience from August Penguin from a few years ago (not
last year), but that time the shirts didn't fade but were simply... ugly.
Half the shirt was filled with a mess of unrelated logos of the meeting's
sponsors. As I didn't want to look like a walking newspaper ad page, I never
could bring myself to wear that shirt in public.
So at some point - if the shirt can't (for different reasons) be nice enough
or durable enough - it might be better not to have a shirt at all.
Something I'm still using, by the way, is an Hamakor mousepad I bought at
some AP. It had just the amuta's logo and slogan, and that's it. Nice and
simple, and usable.
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