I know what you came here for, you went to ThinkGeek.com and saw the free April Fool’s Day T-Shirt:

NSA Encryption Tee

And you want to know what it means, you want it decrypted and according to my post title you think I’ve got the answer…

I Don’t :-p

*UPDATE: Thanks to Knetwork Reader Frank for posting the needed cypher (ROT13). The text BUJUNGNSBBYVNZ decrypts to OHWHATAFOOLIAM or Oh What A Fool I Am. And as an extra bonus I’m not going to kill you now that I told you!

Happy April Fool’s Day! I’ll tell you what I would suggest, order yourself $20 worth of goods, get the shirt free, and maybe they will give you the decryption key. Of course it’s entirely possible that the shirt doesn’t decrypt to anything or that if someome tells you what it means, they’d kill you. If you’re going to order something I suggest that you pick up a USB Rocket Launcher. You know you want to…


USB Rocket Launcher

ThinkGeek Releasing WiFi Detector T-Shirt

ThinkGeek has done it again, they are going to be selling an animated T-Shirt with a built in WiFi detector! The lighting on the shirt changes as the signal strength increases and decreases. I hope they get this in time for Halloween shipping, but it doesn’t look like they will. I can think of a couple of great geek costumes. Grab something net-like and an erratic walk and you can be a NetStumbler! Or, an army helmet and a steering wheel and you can be a WarDriver! I guess you wouldn’t have to have the shirt for those, but it would help. It’s priced at only $29.99.  Click on the pictures to go to the ThinkGeek product page.  They already offer a couple of animated T-Shirts:

The T-Qualizer that responds to sound:

The T-Qualizer Babydoll Tee:

The Animated Retro Table Tennis Shirt (I guess Pong is copyrighted?):

And The Animated Transformers Shirt:

iPod PreOrder Store – Order iPods now!

I put together a quick Amazon aStore with the new iPods. Amazon is selling them first come first serve to get your order in NOW!