Finally, some mug shots to spice up my Pinterest account.
A crime reporter at The Mercury in Pottstown had the idea to start a [Pinterest] gallery of mug shots of people wanted by the police. Pottstown Police Capt. F. Richard Drumheller says calls came in to his tip line right away.
“We’ve actually seen a 57 percent increase in our warrant services, and we actually got more people based on our tips and our calls,” Drumheller says.
This is the first part in a series of postings about bminus, my bicycle apparel company. I’m looking to devote more time and resources to it now that I’m a college grad, and I’d like to share some of the ways I’m doing that.
I’m starting off by establishing a system for every little detail — from processing orders to the physical space I get everything together in. Our new Queen Village apartment has a small middle floor that we’re using as an “office,” an area I’ve been streamlining since we moved in.
The centerpiece of that effort is a flexible Ikea shelf thing I use to store and quickly organize the blank t-shirts and tote bags.
2 rows: the left is a box each of small, medium, large and x-large tees; the right is for miscellaneous stuff and youth sizes.
Ikea: not built to last that long.
The box setup is optimal because it's easy to take inventory and quickly locate the size and color I want to print.
I plan on documenting more steps of my production process, so stay tuned if you’re interested.