Sunday , August 20 2017

Daniel Tyson gets ink for Ausdroid, raising funds for charity in the process

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You may remember a little while back we set the goal of raising some funds for the Ausdroid Community Foundation, and if we met our target, our editor Daniel was going to get an Ausdroid tattoo. Well, if you’re reading this, you’ve probably seen the photo above; we met our fundraising target, and the tattoo is now done!

Of course, Dan loves Ausdroid, so convincing him to get this done didn’t really involve any measure of convincing, but it was for a good cause anyway 🙂

Yesterday, with the help of the talented Reggae from North Shore Ink, the deed was done, and you can see the progress photos below:

Dan is super happy with how the tattoo turned out, and it shows his dedication to Ausdroid, and to covering all things Android and mobile related for our audience. It also evidences passion for doing good by raising funds for charitable purposes… and lastly, perhaps it shows us that he’s a bit nuts, but that’s okay too!

 

Chris Rowland   Editor and Publisher

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7 Comments on "Daniel Tyson gets ink for Ausdroid, raising funds for charity in the process"

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Member

Coulda been worse. Coulda been a Zune logo.

Montalbert_Scott
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Montalbert_Scott

is now a good time to mention the new logo I have designed for Ausdroid that will blow everything out of the water? 😀

JeniSkunk
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JeniSkunk

Yes indeed, Scott.
Could you give us a look at it, please?

geoff fieldew
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2 things:

1. Goodies T-shirt!
2. Getting worked on by Ultraviolet!

Member

Good work, mate! You’re a brave man.

Mark
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Mark

Prcess – Typo!

reckonerau
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reckonerau

Well done Daniel — very cool of you to put your body on the line for charitable purposes. You’re a braver man than me!

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