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The king of forwards : Plugging other Office sites
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Aug 4th 2006

Ok so I wasn't going to promote myself, but...someone actually bought one of my shirts today so that was pretty exciting. I made up a couple designs for Office shirts/accessories. I've kinda been caught up in other projects lately so I haven't made any new designs lately, but I have ideas for a few more. Also, there are so many good designs it's a little overwhelming!

Check it out- Fire Girl Apparel, etc.

Comments/suggestions are highly welcome!

Aug 5th 2006

Catherine Zeta-Jones: I think your stuff is cool. They're all great; 'specially Ab Workout - subtle & funny. If you had a dark shirt with lighter graphics that'd be awesome. Nice variety of styles of shirts.

Aug 7th 2006

Garbagethrower, thanks! I figured out how to do the black shirts when I had to design some physics shirts for our school club-so that's up next.

Jan 27th 2007

Posted by Sarah theofficechat

Hello Dunderheads! Yesterday I had the pleasure of talking to Rainn Wilson for about 45 mins. He was AWESOME! And the whole cast made a visit to my site theofficechat.com. Go check out the blog and stay and chat a while. Meet some new friends. I host a weekly chat every Thursday night after each show. We also have a West Coast chat at 901 PST. For Rerun night we do Office Trivia! Feb 1st we will be annoucing our Valentines Contest and the winner gets a Dwight Bobblehead Doll. Summer Hiatus we will be doing Office Trivia Superbowl...the winner will get Season 3 on DVD. So come check it out!!!

Jan 28th 2007 edited

Hey, I never knew this thread existed. I'll keep my plugs here so as not to annoy or alienate.

I posted my first entry to my paper's blog, which I mentioned on the pretzel thread, I think. It's not my best work, and it's probably old news for anyone on here. But it's a start. I hope my musings make for an entertaining read. Maybe in time they'll become even entertaininger.

Jan 28th 2007

Great blog, Brian! The producers of this show should add you to their payroll for plugging their ratings-challenged show. Viewership can only increase after such nice things are written about it.

And I once dated a guy who punched a hole through the drywall, so I could totally relate to your blog (and, unfortunately, to Andy). Nice work.

Jan 29th 2007

what about office-actor related sites? or producer-related.. i know everyone is just dying for gregdaniels.org

Feb 3rd 2007 edited

So my latest and most ambitious Office blog to date is officially up. It's half recap-half commentary, and I'd appreciate any and all feedback, harsh or otherwise. There's a good chance I plagiarized half the ideas expressed on this board, but I can't unthink the awesome analysis I've read here. And in my defense, I chuck out what I disagree with and run with the rest. Plus, I linked back here, so that's like a bibliography, right?

Feb 3rd 2007

Brian, I read it. Good job. I particularly like that you linked to whatshisface from Grey's Anatomy and his "rehab." I really really tried to have harsh feedback, but I think I'm biased about the content.

Feb 3rd 2007

Brian, I really enjoyed your article. I liked the added touch at the end, "Don’t say it Michael." I wonder how many people reading your article will actually get it though.

Good summation, and I like that it's not only a summary, but it's your personal take on the episode.

Feb 3rd 2007

Thanks, guys.

I liked the added touch at the end, "Don’t say it Michael." I wonder how many people reading your article will actually get it though.

The fewer the better, actually, ;-)

Feb 3rd 2007

I thought it was great, Brian. Really a good read. You could do this for a living, you know.

Feb 4th 2007

Brian, I'm a little disappointed you haven't figured out a way to mention the Red Sweater by now, relevance be damned.

(That's the only way I could think of to be critical. Well done.)

Feb 4th 2007

I consider the gauntlet thrown down.

Oh, and GT, if only this what what they paid me for, I could ditch the other stuff.

Feb 5th 2007

I commented on the blog page, Brian. I really liked the review.

Feb 5th 2007

Just a quick interjection into the feedback for Brian; though I'm sad to see John the Props Guy gone from the show (and his interesting behind-the-scenes blogs) the new guy Bealsebub posts some good candid shots.

Feb 5th 2007

GT, please try to stay on topic. ;)

Feb 5th 2007

Sorry, dude. But speaking of shots, I'm 99% certain you've pulled a few to your desktop this morning that will bring you joy for many months so I'm not believing any faked ill-humor on your part today.

Mar 15th 2007

Shameless plug here, yet again. But for what it's worth, the subject is more than worthwhile.

Brian, the article about Kathie Sperry at GMMR is delightful! Good for you! I enjoyed reading the story of her work on the site and her visit to the Office set from your perspective. Especially knowing what an expert and appreciative fan you are yourself. And very nice that you mentioned NA as well. Thanks for the "shameless plug" -- I'm grateful for the connection.

Mar 15th 2007

Thanks, Wink. I'm having fun chatting with these cool folks who make our Office experience that much richerer. James here at NA has agreed to answer my inane questions, but first I'm interviewing Matt over at the TWSS podcast, only because he was the first person I got in touch with and then he got really sick. Melody from the Office Alliance podcast was a fun interview too. I'm hoping to get some time with Tanster. After that I'm open to suggestions, since I'll have pretty much exhausted my regular online Office stops.

Perhaps a summer series of cast interviews? Better start sweet-talking the NBC Universal PR staff.

Mar 15th 2007

Those are all great ideas, Brian. As a reader, I'd love to hear some of these super-fans explain why they think the show is so affecting in the first place. Maybe I'm just spoiled by the NAers posting here who are so satisfyingly analytical and articulate.

Mar 27th 2007

Well, James did in fact indulge my inane questions, and I am quite psyched to post the interview on Thursday. I'd post it sooner, but I need to do some editing/embellishment, and I like these interviews to coincide with the show. But let me just say, our gracious host here was funny, insightful, interesting and a heck of a cool Q&A subject. My only regret is that I didn't take advantage and ask him twice as many questions.

I will shamelessly plug it here as soon as it goes up, probably late Wednesday night.

Thanks, James.

Mar 27th 2007

But let me just say, our gracious host here was funny, insightful, interesting and a heck of a cool Q&A subject. My only regret is that I didn't take advantage and ask him twice as many questions.

I remember watching something on TV about The Office. This was at least a year ago, when I first began to realize how great The Office actually was. They had interviewed James and they showed him along with someone else. I first heard about The Watercooler when they plugged it on that show. I also thought it was cool that James lives practically around the corner from where I lived most of my life. I still own rental property there. It's a small world.

Mar 28th 2007

You are most welcome, Brian. Fantastic bonus round, by the way -- I had a lot of fun with those.

I also thought it was cool that James lives practically around the corner from where I lived most of my life. I still own rental property there. It's a small world.

Nice, ToasterOven 101! What part of the Peninsula are you from?

Mar 29th 2007

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you your host and benefactor James

Mar 29th 2007 edited

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you your host and benefactor James

Oh, Brian, what a DELIGHTFUL article! You have outdone yourself. Now I'm going back to find Jenna's scene at the end of Business School that James likes, because it must be great. It did make me a little nervous to read that cast members have been reading this forum (at least on occasion), I got that "what have we been saying?" feeling. But all around, it was just too much fun reading the Q&A with James. Thanks to you too James, for the wonderful experience that is Northern Attack.

I'm on the Peninsula too. It's not even 6am!

And, James' last name is actually "Fan"? Amazing.

Mar 29th 2007

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you your host and benefactor James

Great job guys, very fun article.

Mar 29th 2007

I loved the article! And I was in it! Too bad I can't tell my friends about it though...that would totally blow my cover. You do a great job with your blog, Brian, I was catching up on some of it last evening while avoiding a midterm I had to work on.

Mar 29th 2007

Nice, ToasterOven 101! What part of the Peninsula are you from?

San Mateo. Right off of Norfolk.

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