Thursday, May 31, 2007

Hexadecimal code t-shirt

Here's part of an article from I4U News:

"Seven little lines of hexadecimal code are all that stood between HD DVD protection and hoards of geeks backing up their HD flicks; naturally the code was posted like everywhere. This resulted in hoards of cease and desist letters going to all sorts of sites like Digg that posted the code. The rest of the story is history.

If you want to get back at the man, at least as much as you can with a black t-shirt missing one of the required lines of code, ThinkGeek can hook you up. This shirt comes in black only in sizes small through XXXL and sells for $14.99 to $16.99 depending on the size. Via ThinkGeek."

And here's the tee:

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