Obama logos that weren't chosen Interesting look into the process that created the highly-recognizable Obama Campaign logo. Design contest debate Steve Douglas, founder of The Logo Factory, responds to some issues brought u[ about the legitimacy of
Jeffrey Zeldman recently offered a gift of carbon neutraliy. Being an advocate of environmental responsibility, I took him up on his offer, and in turn, offer this gift to you as well. So far, Brighter Planet has given away over 3,700 gifts and
Beware the Doghouse A little holiday humor for the holiday season. Guys, be warned. You may also end up on the list (see links below the video). Advent Conspiracy A more serious video with a holiday theme, and a definite contrast to the clip above.
This is a day late, but considering my goal was to do this weekly, but have only made one post for this category before now in two months or so, I'll let it slide. change.org Really nice redesign by the folks at Airbag Industries. Change.org is a
The elections are over. No more junk mail stuffed in my mailbox daily. No more mudslinging commercials airing on my TV. No more campaign supporters knocking on my door while the baby is trying to sleep. And especially no more recorded campaign phone
In anticipation of the 2008 NFL season, and the high expectations of the Cleveand Browns actually making the playoffs, I've been looking into the past, especially the draft, and seeing how I would do things differently during the five years that
After pondering the immense failure of Bill Belichick as head coach of the Cleveland Browns during the 1990s, I've gone back and looked at one aspect of that five-year tenure, the draft. Being the football nerd I am, I'm playing the role of fantasy
I'm continuing my series of reworking the drafts of the Cleveland Browns under Bill Belichick. Having completed a redo of thefirst two years, I now move on to 1993 and see what the team did originally. Originally, the Browns made a few draft pick
Recently, I've been revisiting the Cleveland Browns draft picks during the last 20 years and, with hindsight as my tool, thinking how I would have done things differently. Most recently, I'm redoing the Browns drafts in the early 1990s under Bill
The start of the 2008 NFL season is a few weeks away, and I find myself in an unfamiliar place ... high expectations for the Cleveland Browns. A few months ago, I began to reexamine the drafts of the "expansion" Browns, starting with the 1999 draft.