Stay Warm, WordPress Hoodie

Posted December 29, 2007 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Store.

A least for those of your in the Northern hemisphere, it’s been a little chilly recently. If you’re like me you’re thinking, “WordPress keeps my servers running hot, couldn’t it warm me too?”

Yes, it can.

WordPress Hoodies

You can now buy hip WordPress hoodies in our store so when you’re not blogging you can loiter around the neighborhood like the people in the picture above. As before, we ship locally and internationally.

If you find you’re still in the Open Source Hoodie mood afterward, you can check out this cool Firefox one from our friends at Mozilla.

Hint: Buy the hoodie a size larger than you normally would, they run small. They’ll begin processing the orders on January 2nd.

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