Announcing the results of a small side-project I’ve been working on for a couple of months: my retro tech T-shirt shop is now open.
If you have an interest in the early years of microcomputing, head over to my Red Bubble store and check out the available apparel. Here’s a small selection:
You won’t necessarily find the most well-known names — there are plenty of those out there already. Instead, I’ve focused on some of the more unsung heroes of the later 1970s, early 1980s microcomputer revolution. How many do you remember?
I’ve also added some representations of old tech — floppies, listing paper — and there’s even a crafty Doctor Who-inspired item in there for good measure.
I’ve also thrown in some more general items that may trigger fond — or not so fond! — memories of that period in the history of computing: floppy disks of various formats, and a Basic listing in dot-matrix form.
The store is open now.