Tech tattoos: The good, the bad, and the crazy
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Microsoft Windows and Bill Gates
This man was so inspired by Microsoft’s legacy, he had Bill Gates and the Windows logo tattooed on his arm.
Wife's name in binary
Brandon Burke said his wife has been harassing him to get a tattoo with her name on it. So he compromised with her name in binary.
Jack Wallen's Linux tattoo
Jack Wallen, who writes for TechRepublic, has a classic Linux tattoo.
Inspired by the famous “like” button on Facebook, this man used it for his own message to the public.
Facebook profile pictures
A woman got 152 of her Facebook profile pictures tattooed on her arm.
Ode to Blackberry
A man posted online that he would get a tattoo of a Blackberry Storm with “iPhones Suck.” Turns out, he wasn’t lying.
The legacy of Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs was known for saying “one more thing…” at the end of his keynotes. This guy was so inspired, he had the words inked on permanently.
HTML tattoos can be quite clever. This woman used it to describe her body parts.
Inspired by Wordpress
“Code is poetry, CSS is art” was used in several WordPress blogs, which inspired HugoBaeta’s tattoo.
If it ain't broke...
In 2010, TechRepublic members sent in photos of their tattoos. “Si fractum non sit, noli id reficere” is a loose Latin translation for “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Pi, made of binary code
We aren’t sure if the binary code correctly identifies Pi, but this man was confident enough to get a large tattoo of it on his back.
There are plenty of binary code tattoos out there. This man wanted to make it look like he was made of the numbers.
This man was so loyal to Cisco Systems, he had their old logo tattooed on his arm.
Mouse and hourglass
This person had that all-too familiar “loading…” symbol and mouse pointer from a PC permanently inked.
We aren’t sure what this man wanted to reboot, but he had those three special keys tattooed onto his leg.
MOS Technology 6502 is an 8-bit microprocessor introduced in 1975. The chip was very important to this person.