<p><a href="http://inessential.com/">Brent Simmons</a> is a Seattle based Mac software developer. He makes the best feed reader evar, <a href="http://www.newsgator.com/Individuals/NetNewsWire/">NetNewsWire</a>. I've followed both <a href="http://inessential.com/">his personal blog</a> and <a href="http://ranchero.com/">his company/NetNewsWire blog</a> for as long as I've been consuming feeds (using NetNewsWire all along).</p>

<p>Today he posted something that made me do a double take. The title of the post was <a href="http://inessential.com/?comments=1&amp;postid=3561">'The revolution’s just a T-shirt away!'</a></p>


<p>Unfortunately, he wasn't talking about <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/shirts/1">the shirt</a>, but rather the song that was its inspiration.</p>

<p>MTV recently posted their whole video library collection online. He was pointing at the <a href="http://www.mtvmusic.com/bragg_billy/videos/53839/waiting_for_the_great_leap_forward.jhtml">Billy Bragg video for "Waiting for the Great Leap Foward".</a></p>

<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/veganstraightedge/2805282316/" title="the revolution is a just a t-shirt away by veganstraightedge, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3161/2805282316_22f44b8f98.jpg" alt="the revolution is a just a t-shirt away"></a></p>

<p>Of course, <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com/shirts/1">this shirt is available for purchase</a> at <a href="http://theresistancearmy.com">The Resistance Army</a> Shirts.</p>