Google’s Ubiquity inspired me to create this t-shirt a very long time ago. It made me a believer to see where they were headed to at that point.
I got this during my “Google fanboy period”. Now I’m a little more critical. I’m now going through an “Android fanboy period”.
There’s a funny story of this shirt. The first day I moved to Miami I was running an errand in downtown and some lady yelled at me from the other side of the street and told me “I use your page every day!”, I didn’t break her heart and just yelled back “Thanks!”
After working with Fitim and the crew at MyBloop, them being avid Starcraft, Diablo, WOW, Warhammer and many other RPG style games, they instilled in me the phrase “To Pwn” or “Pwnage” whenever we did something difficult in terms of programming or linux hacking when working on MyBloop.com. It was a way to say that we’d be superior to other developers who had no clue about the shit we were pulling off on that bare-bones-cheap-custom-hardware-file-server-cluster-web-app of ours.
When something was over the top we’d say “Sick Pnwage”. If we’d be coding during the weekend we’d say “I’ll be Pwning this weekend”, and so on.
I liked the phrase so much that had to make a t-shirt to commemorate it for years to come.
This is the official FrostWire T-Shirt. I contribute to this open source project to keep my java skills up to date. We had a lot of these t-shirt printed to gather donations for the project. Thanks to the people that support us there’s only a few left (only M size) so Get your T-Shirt and support FrostWire.
What is FrostWire (According to Wikipedia)
FrostWire is a peer-to-peer file sharing program for the Gnutella and BitTorrent protocols. FrostWire is written in Java, and is a fork of LimeWire, another popular Gnutella client. Released under the GNU General Public License, FrostWire is free software.