I think the "Sharing is Fun" slogan is the best fit for ISOhunt because it is kinda sexy and also the fact that Sharing is what ISOhunt is all about. Also everyone knows that sharing is good because as kids we were told to share by our parents. The logo would need to be worked on but the slogan is RIGHT ON. I think it is even cool for people who have never heard of ISOhunt because it just sounds progressive and cool. If they make shirts with that slogan and a top pick logo I will personal buy 10 shirts and sell them to my friends. I love to support ISOhunt but you guys gota help me out. Everyone knows that we online file geeks arnt geeks in ALL settings and some of use live and operate in non-geek circles were a slogan like "Share. Dont Steal" is just asking for some right-wing co-worker to mock you. Also if you wear your shirt to a bar after work you donâ€™t want all the chicks to thing you are a total nerd. You have to be inconspicuous but at the same time have a shirt that means something without being totally political.
Overall the "Sharing is Fun" slogan is awesome because it is:
and expresses PERFECTLY the mentality of ISOhunt and the people who make it work without being overly aggressive or political.
I definately think you should make two seperate T-Shirts. I would rather buy the freedom of info shirt and for that one just make the backround the same color lue as in the logo. I think it would definately be worth my 16+ dollars
Yes, "freedom of info" design will be printed soon.
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