you mentioned that your t-shirt didn't arrive due to the USPS 'possible' involvement, where do you have these made if i might ask? thanks in advance and keep up the excellent coverage of the sport we love. darrel
But I’ll be honest, I don’t love Spreadshirt. Their user-interface is plodding and clumsy, the print quality is so-so, and the prices aren’t even remotely competitive. The value for me is that I can do it entirely online whenever I get a spare moment.
Running an independent blog isn’t easy and for the first couple of years, we (especially the founding cohort of section editors) basically ran it like a startup: long hours, no sleep, and a huge budget deficit. It’s still a labor of love to many degrees. But when we reminisce, we never call it a “college project.” We say “when I worked at Local.” It was a job – and a real job is the most effective teacher.
TELL ME MORE ABOUT THIS “REMINISCE” OF WHICH YOU SPEAK