We recently introduced a “I heart Crusher” page which lists out all the stuff someone can do to help Crusher if they are inclined to do so. Works well so far, people have contacted us requesting to become event bloggers, some requesting postcards that they can help distribute.
Archive for the ‘Friends of Crusher’ Category
Some of our schwag has made it to the UK, and back to us in Flickr. Nice. Good luck in getting one of those stickers on the Big Ben, er something just as famous (:
When your Crusher sticker don’t fit on the thing you want to stick it to:
See job page. Pass it on.
You can add pictures to your contacts and control the way your guests appear on your guest list. For example, am I really friends with Christina Ricci, Vincent Gallo, and Micah Laaker? Yes I am but only to one of them. This feature is great for role-playing or themed events, or when you have that relative that just isn’t into the interweb and don’t know how to add their mug. The pictures you upload in your contacts page only appear on pages you create. Your friends and family still get to keep their regular photos everywhere else.
Join Crushbot in his efforts for a banner-free world. Join his facebook group called “Hey dumbass, nobody likes ad banners!”
Hello everyone. Meet Crushbot. He/she/it may look much like something you’d find when you open up the back of your television, or iPod (maybe), but in this case, something else. If you see him/her/it on your page, be not afraid. He/she/it is our agent.
Welcome Russell (not Russ), who just joined the group. Here he is on his first day hitting the ground barefoot and running.
We’re still working out the desk situation in my living room. Rearranging a bit to make room, getting away from the sweltering heat that San Francisco is so famous for.
Want to be a friend of Crusher? Get your very own Crusher shirt! For now, skip us and go directly to My Trick Pony in SF and ask them to make you one. You can choose the shirt at the store, and the color combination you prefer. The price depends on the garment and we don’t get a cut so you’ll pay what we would pay.
We are putting in more office days and energy for these last few weeks before launch. And the tough question each day of where to go for lunch gets tougher, as evident on Doug’s face (right). Thus, Adrian (left, a friend of Crusher) drops by to assist with such decisions.