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    Should we not have the glasses themed, there simply must be one for the EduJD possible shotglass and/or Edubeer which is somewhat mythic. You could also do a novelty addition to your gift packs of 'Eduhobnobs' or whatever they are, the standard pack with an EG sticker on it shearly for the novelty of it.

    I'm probably going to be the only one but an EG hoodie (hooded black sweatshirt) could be good however I know there may be some cultural issues with those. Embroided long sleeve tshirt and definatly lanyards, I hardly ever use them but I still want one.

    As for joke shirts, a black one with large white print stating:
    NETWORK
    SECURITY
    could be fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    I'm probably going to be the only one but an EG hoodie (hooded black sweatshirt) could be good
    Seconded.

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    All good ideas. Keep 'em coming. @SYNACK I do like the idea of shot glasses, but due to minimum order requirements we may just do them as an 'EduGeek Special'. Every quarter we could do one-off special items perhaps?

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    What about glasses i.e. pint type ones. I often sit there with a glass of juice or water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    What about glasses i.e. pint type ones. I often sit there with a glass of juice or water?
    Hmm. Do-able, but packaging would have to be looked at.

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    Squishy stress PCs? for when you just wanna punch your network in it's stupid face...

    What about useful little bits and bobs too - one of our HP racks came with a cage nut removal tool. I'd buy 50 of them to stop me trashing my fingers everytime I had to touch a rack < /giggidy >
    Last edited by Domino; 30th November 2012 at 05:00 PM.

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    Hmm. What about a techies tool kit with bits that you usually don't get in other kits such as you suggested Mike? Obviously it wouldn't be branded, but we could pack them in a mug

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    Voodoo Pin Doll - Teacher Edition. With real Pins mind, none of your plastic rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Hmm. What about a techies tool kit with bits that you usually don't get in other kits such as you suggested Mike? Obviously it wouldn't be branded, but we could pack them in a mug
    aye, or maybe a little branded canvas bag?

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    Good tool rolls. Something like the Kriega ones in terms of robustness and design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    aye, or maybe a little branded canvas bag?
    Or a CD case for holding the "useful CDs" I carry round with me for reinstalling various things!

    Also, USB pen drives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Squishy stress PCs? for when you just wanna punch your network in it's stupid face...
    Smirk 'in it's stupid face'

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    I'd be happy with stuff to throw across the desk at @Domino - knoves, axes... anything from the apocolypse toolkit really

    Gives me a thought... EduGeek branded? Gerber 30-000601 Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit - Amazon.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    I'd be happy with stuff to throw across the desk at @Domino - knoves, axes... anything from the apocolypse toolkit really

    Gives me a thought... EduGeek branded? Gerber 30-000601 Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit - Amazon.com
    NOO, not the knove!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    NOO, not the knove!
    That is what you will say as you pull the secretive weapon from your face

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