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Site News Register stickers are now available at Copyleft, the world's finest purveyor of geek chic. Copyleft also makes our T-shirts and baseball caps, and damn fine they are too. Simon Ruperto wins a Register baseball cap for sending us the first email about our merchandise. "Not really sure who I'm supposed to direct this email at," Simon says, "but I just received my "The Register" t-shirt. And I have to say its very high quality and looks great, with a really cool looking vulture on the front, can't wait for you to offer a sweater". Well thank-you, Simon. We've no immediate plans to run to sweaters, but watch this space (and Copyleft) for polo shirts. Don't forget, $2 from every T-shirt and baseball purchase goes to an open source project of Copyleft's choice, and $3 comes our way. And to all of you who entered our RegisterT-shirt compo before Christmas, we're ploughing through the 300-plus suggestions right now. The winner(s) will be announced Friday, 14 January. See also Copyleft puts the open source into geek chic

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