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'Home is where the heart is' Binary Code Print
£5.00
Hang something different on your bathroom wall with this geeky binary code print.   "Home is where the heart is" has been written using only Binary Code (1s and 0s). The word "Home" has been highlighted in green. ** Please note - the price is for the print only. It does not include a frame or mount ** Pricing The price for an A5 (210mm x 148mm) print is £5.00 The price for an A4 (297mm x 210mm) print is £8.00 When you make your selection this will be updated in your shopping cart.
Hang something different on your bathroom wall with this geeky binary code print.   "Home is where the heart is"...
'Loading Picture… Please Wait' Geeky Print
£5.00
Hang something different on your wall with this geeky print. Sick of the same old boring prints or photos on your wall? why not spruce it up with something totally different? It's amazing how many people see the print and comment on it! Showing a progress bar along with a message "Loading picture... please wait", I wonder if anyone will actually stand and wait? ;-) ** Please note - the price is for the print only. It does not include a frame or mount ** Pricing The price for an A5 (210mm x 148mm) print is £5.00 The price for an A4 (297mm x 210mm) print is £8.00 When you make your selection this will be updated in your shopping cart.
Hang something different on your wall with this geeky print. Sick of the same old boring prints or photos on...
'Tree' Binary Code Christmas Card
£2.00
The ultimate geeky way to say Merry Christmas. Written entirely in Binary Code and shaped as a Christmas Tree! This card will certainly raise some eyebrows. It's amazing just how many people spot it amongst a collection of cards on a desk and ask "what on earth is that". The binary code inside the tree actually reads "Merry Christmas". How do you say Merry Christmas in Binary Code? 01001101 01100101 01110010 01110010 01111001 00100000 01000011 01101000 01110010 01101001 01110011 01110100 01101101 01100001 01110011  Buy a multi pack to save on individual card value.
The ultimate geeky way to say Merry Christmas. Written entirely in Binary Code and shaped as a Christmas Tree! This...
'You're the best Dad' Father's Day Card
£1.95
If your dad is a member of the grammar police - or was always correcting you as a child, then this card is for him! One of life's most important lessons. Learning the difference between your and you're (in our opinion!) This Father's Day, tell your dad just how much you appreciate him with this grammar appreciation card. The card reads 'You taught me the difference between your and you're. That's why you're the best dad in the world'.
If your dad is a member of the grammar police - or was always correcting you as a child, then...
'You're The Best Mum' Mother's Day Card
£1.95
If your mum is a member of the Grammar Police - or was always correcting you as a child, then this card is for her! One of life's most important lessons. Learning the difference between YOUR and YOU'RE (in our opinion!) This Mother's Day, tell your mum just how much you appreciate her with this grammar appreciation card. The card reads "You taught me the difference between Your and You're. That's why you're the best mum in the world".
If your mum is a member of the Grammar Police - or was always correcting you as a child, then...
8 Bit Heart 'love you' Card
£1.95
"8 bit" is such a lovely and perfectly geeky way to tell someone you care. I really don't think anything beats a square pixel heart when you are declaring your love... does it?
"8 bit" is such a lovely and perfectly geeky way to tell someone you care. I really don't think anything...
8 Bit Valentines Day Card
£1.95
A Valentine's Day card with a difference, using an 8-bit font and a pixel heart, this card looks like a retro computer game! The perfect geeky way to say "Happy Valentine's Day". This card will certainly raise some eyebrows. It's amazing just how many people spot it amongst a collection of cards on a desk and ask about it.
A Valentine's Day card with a difference, using an 8-bit font and a pixel heart, this card looks like a...
All I Want For Christmas Is You
£2.00
What better way to tell someone your care this Christmas with this geeky periodic table card. It reads, 'All I want for Christmas is YOU'. The word, YOU has been made using Periodic Table elements. This card will certainly raise some eyebrows. It's amazing just how many people spot it amongst a collection of cards on a desk!
What better way to tell someone your care this Christmas with this geeky periodic table card. It reads, 'All I...
Anti Christmas Scrooge Card
£2.00
An anti-Christmas card. Whether you genuinely hate Christmas or just want to send something different this year. Too often (we have found) we send the same plain Christmas cards. Now you can stand out from the crowd and send your own anti-Christmas card! The card reads, "ugh, Christmas" and uses a social media hashtag of "Scrooge" to highlight the misery ;-)
An anti-Christmas card. Whether you genuinely hate Christmas or just want to send something different this year. Too often (we...
Atom Symbol Coaster
£3.00
Perfect for a scientist or just a general geek. An atom symbol coaster for their mug. Measuring approx 9x9cm and backed with cork.
Perfect for a scientist or just a general geek. An atom symbol coaster for their mug. Measuring approx 9x9cm and...
Bah Humbug Anti Christmas Card
£2.00
An anti-Christmas card. Whether you genuinely hate Christmas or just want to send something different this year. Too often (we have found) we send the same plain Christmas cards. Now you can stand out from the crowd and send your own anti-Christmas card! The card has a hashtag "Bah Humbug" - the classic line from Scrooge.
An anti-Christmas card. Whether you genuinely hate Christmas or just want to send something different this year. Too often (we...
BASIC 'loop' Programming Christmas Card
£2.00
Looking for a Christmas card to send to a geek? This basic Programming card is ideal! The code is an infinite loop saying "Merry Christmas". The perfect geeky way to say "Merry Christmas". Basic programming has been around for decades. I remember using it on my Spectrum 128K. This card is the classic loop. I'm sure geeks have done this at some point in their life. It was a popular one on the BBC computers when I was at school! Want more than one card? Select the multipack option to save :) 
Looking for a Christmas card to send to a geek? This basic Programming card is ideal! The code is an...