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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Discussion Topic: Logos, The US 2016 Way

Logos, The US 2016 Way
by Georgevine Moss

OK, so…since the subject of logos has been touched before on this blog, let’s give this one a try.

This post on LinkedIn doesn't have very nice things to say about the logo used for Ms. Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Perhaps one could say the logo as appears on the campaign website looks a bit “hospitaly”, maybe not. Either way, using the same idea, here’s a modification of the logo.

Bonus Question: Does going through this list of candidates make you want to go all House of Cards on them? Or perhaps you'd prefer a Veep version?

If anyone cares, here's a possible analysis of the above logo in bullet points:

  • H: obvious, but here's spelled out: the first letter of the candidate's first name; also, representing two strong pillars or / and--if you want to get really creative--the front of the White House
  • Arrow: moving in a, slightly upwards?
  • 16: stands for 2016, going for the in-your-face look 16 is written with objects that resemble stars
  • in-your-face look: stars and colors that might in a stretched way make one subconsciously think of the American Flag
UPDATE: Here's another LinkedIn post on the matter. I guess I fell for the stars, huh? 

Saturday, April 11, 2015


Recently (December 2014 , but only found out recently (a few days...a week tops)), at least one person has come forth at a forum and expressed the desire to read--at some point in time--the (still) only one available novel presented on this blog.

No one can be completely sure whether this one person managed to read the book via any means available. Regardless of what may have happened or whether anyone ever actually wanted to do it, it has been decided to offer one more way of doing it (that is reading the book...).

So, as of the beginning of April 2015 and for a yet undecided period of time, Dementia's Google Books preview will be set at 100% and with the option of a downloadable PDF.

Thank you.

Also, let's take this opportunity to express gratitude for the first person (second as we speak, counting the AMAZON site) who chose to publicly express his/her opinion of the short story MINERS by giving it 4 stars on the KOBO website, as well as the second person who followed two days later with a couple more. Many thanks all around.