You can now get your favorite shirt designs on print from Threadless. They are starting w/ a limited run of 250 per design; costing at about $35 at the moment (size 18“x24”). I just emailed them wondering if they’ll be hooking that up w/ a framing service as well—I think they are personally if the cost ain’t too much. It just makes sense.
In the next several days we will unveil the Valleyschwag General Store, where our customers will be able to purchase future issues of our famous schwag bags. And by popular demand, we will be offering some of our most requested schwag items for sale.
This store replaces our subscription service altogether. We will notify people by email when a new issue of Valleyschwag is available, giving them the first opportunity to place an order at the General Store…
Just received news through the Amazon Associates Team that their aStore has gone to beta. What is it?
aStore vastly expands on our current link type offerings by giving you the ability to build a dedicated shopping area that can be embedded within, or linked to from, your website.
Build your own professional online store featuring Amazon.com products in minutes with no programming skills required. Because aStore is a dedicated shopping area for your site, it is a great complimentary product for your existing Amazon product links. Visitors to your site get a professional shopping experience through your unique selection of products and categories and the features of Amazon.com you have chosen including Customer Reviews, Listmania, and more. The checkout process is completed through Amazon.com.
You may view the demo store to see an example of a stand-alone store.
Looks like the great Flickr staff will be blessing the SF Apple Store on the 2nd of August, 6–7:30pm. I’ll prolly check it out with James. Should be interesting and fun. Hope to get some Flickr schwag—maybe they have some secret stash =)
Meanwhile, I tried RSVPing for the event using Upcoming.org. I signed up with them but haven’t gotten any confirmation email that usually takes just seconds to receive. After some testing, it looks like it might be my mail server. Oh well, I hope it doesn’t fill up.
They seem to be the talk of the town lately. If I can recall, they just moved a couple of weeks ago. Good times hopefully. Maybe they’ll even announce a “New-In-Town Fickr Party” of some sort… just maybe.
Anyways, the Apple Store is across the street (literally). Just gonna cruise on by after work. I can’t wait to meet these cool peeps.