Monday, December 8, 2008

New United Football League logo seems a little suggestive

I'm not sure why the UFL wanted their logo to be a star stabbing a crab claw (or whatever else is going on there), but the point's probably moot since the league will probably be DOA. (Sounds like the Arena Football League might be a goner too.)

Here's a few more random links:

1. NASA has ongoing major trouble with hackers. Here's one anecdote:

In 1998 a U.S.-German satellite known as ROSAT, used for peering into deep space, was rendered useless after it turned suddenly toward the sun. NASA investigators later determined that the accident was linked to a cyber-intrusion at the Goddard Space Flight Center in the Maryland suburbs of Washington.

2. 130,000 inflatable breasts have been lost at sea. The plan was to use them to promote men's magazine Ralph.

3. Video game companies hire professional reviewers to write in-house reviews so the company will know what last minute fixes are needed, and what public reviews will probably be like.

4. Another indication of how pathetic Heroes was this season:
When the fan asked if Peter would ever acknowledge Caitlin or express any grief over what seems to be her dire fate, Kring replied, "No, we passed it. We leapfrogged it." He added that when the idea of returning to Caitlin was brought up, they asked, "Really? Are we going to risk that? We have enough stuff to [deal with]."

*Previously: Office of Government Commerce logo sure is suggestive.

*Buy "Really Good Logos Explained" at Amazon.

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