So, you have an idea for a shirt, and you think it's going to sell well. All of your friends have told you they'll buy one, and now it's time to reach out to a merchandise company and realize your dream of product domination.
My dad had an unusually good knack for building and fixing things. When I was a kid, we would regularly take trips down to our unfinished basement to work on a project - one of the most common being readying the red Snapper lawn mower for another summer voyage. Needless to say, he was the head mechanic and I was the assistant. It never ceased to amaze me what he could accomplish in a short amount of time with what seemed like an endless assortment of tools and an even more intimidating selection of components and parts.
Sprout wrote a killer article about maximizing your Myspace and Facebook accounts. They asked us to contribute a screencast showing how to embed a Sprout in your Myspace page. Chance was kind enough to oblige: