For those who want to break your "online addiction" but still keep a hand in the game ... :-) Look here on TeePublic for more designs on the Modern Orthodox Luddite theme, including our PixelHide™ feature shown on this design.
Tags: modern, orthodox, luddite, religion, social-media
Whether it's a genie with three wishes or government funding you're after, this is the design for you! Available as a separate item in other lettering colors for better visibility on a wider range of garment colors. The lettering on this version features our PixelHide™ digital leather, in black.
Tags: grant, wish, college, university, professor
In 1909 E. M. Forrester had a vision of the future. He wrote a short story titled "The Machine Stops". In 1909, Forrester knew that the Internet would exist. He knew that it would be used to avoid seeing people in person. He knew that it would be used to avoid even the slightest amount of exertion. He also knew that most of what people said would be completely meaningless dribble. The detailed picture of modern day life painted by an artist over 100 years ago will leave you wondering if he really did have some mystical insight into the future. This, in turn, will leave you wondering if his thesis was correct: does the machine stop?
Tags: luddite, technophobia, prophecy, time-travel, forrester
Are you a textrorvert? UrbanDictionary.com defines it as: 1. One who feels an increased sense of bravery over texting, as opposed to in person. 2. One who will often only say what they really feel over text messages. Kelly: “So how’d the conversation go with Bill last night?” Wendy: “Ah he’s such a textrovert. We didn’t make any progress until I went home and he spilled his guts over texts.”
Tags: funny, amusing-phrase, cliche, be-quiet, maybe-later