In which John discusses the increasingly widespread use by large corporations of the phrases “DFTBA” and “Don’t forget to be awesome,” and discusses why even though we COULD stop those uses by trademarking nerdfighter slogans, we aren’t going to.
REUNION! Arm Wrestling, Drawing, and Questions with Hank and John!
In which Hank and John are in the same place and everything was beautiful and nothing hurt. We’re in North Carolina visiting our parents for Thanksgiving and decided to spend some time answering your questions.
As you might expect, we are thankful for each other and our families and all of you.
It’s thumbnail time! This year we decided to offer several ready-made color choices beyond the traditional red for the P4A thumbnails, though of course you’re welcome to change the color and customize the thumbnail as much as you’d like.
Head on over to the Project for Awesome website to download all of the thumbnail files, and send us an email at email@example.com if you have any questions!
We know some of you guys have been sending questions to our ask box on here, but if they haven’t been answered in the FAQ, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll try to help you out as best we can.
So excited to finally share this with you guys! Make sure you’re following the projectforawesome Tumblr for more updates over the next two weeks!
In which John discusses the forthcoming 2013 Project for Awesome, the health of the Bank of Nerdfighteria, the strength of Toby Turner’s arms, the nerdfighter kiva group, and the Foundation to Decrease Worldsuck.
The Crash Course Complete Series DVD box sets have arrived! They’re now shipping. And they are gorgeous! There are currently two box sets available, World History and Biology. Each set includes 8 DVDs in five DVD cases, mini posters and inserts, outtakes and other bonus footage, etc. They’re $60 each, or you can get both for $100 ($20 off!), just add both to your cart and the discount is automatically applied.
Maybe I can talk Crash Course into letting me host a future Music History series… by which I mean, let me play you Dark Side of the Moon while we all listen appreciatively in silence. =)