Data Processing Manager Notebooks
Data Age was a California-based video game company that developed and published titles for the Atari 2600 platform in the mid-1980s. Among their more well-known titles were Journey Escape (a tie-in with the band Journey) and Frankenstein's Monster, both published in 1982. Data Age released fewer than a dozen games of varying quality. Frankenstein's Monster has been cited as a standout among Atari 2600 games by several game reviewers, while Sssnake and Warplock (both 1982) were included on a list of the ten worst games for the 2600. Journey Escape also received poor reviews and weak sales, despite a $4.5 million marketing campaign, which combined with heavy licensing fees and helped lead to the company's failure. Whether you're a vintage Atari aficionado or tech nerd, this vintage styled Data Age logo is a true rare bird that isn't seen very often...
Tags: geek, programmer, developer, videogame, joystick
Been wanting to make these for a while now! And now here they are! Straight from YouTube to your body its the Blast Processing Entertainment Network T-Shirt! Wow your friends and co workers with this amazing shirt! Single? You will be able to dazzle any prospective lovers just by wearing this shirt! Need to lose weight? Get a raise? Or just plain look sexy? Then this shirt can do it all!
Tags: marvel-vs-capcom, classic-mega-man, megaman-2, blue-bomber, rockman
Minimalist uniforms from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The three circles and horizontal banding represent the uniforms of the different personnel on board: Command&Helm, Engineering/Security/Ops, Science&Medical, A very subtle Star Trek shirt for those who like their Tea, Earl Grey, Hot.
Tags: star-trek, trek, tng, picard, data