Dear designer friends! Everybody knows Brands of the World (BotW), which is the largest collection with more than 160,000 vector logos available as free downloads. BotW is the most visited such site with more than 30 million page loads per month.
While the collection is large it's not complete, therefore I would like to ask for your help to upload your logos or logos that aren't yours but have it available in vector format.
On Facebook lot of people are complaining about FB's policy to allow their advertisers use your private images for FB ads. Here is how FB explains the system:
Facebook occasionally pairs advertisements with relevant social actions from a user's friends to create Facebook Ads. Facebook Ads make advertisements more interesting and more tailored to you and your friends. These respect all privacy rules. You may opt out of appearing in your friends' Facebook Ads below.
XtraLean Software is pleased to announce its fifth annual Father's Day Sale, offering Mac Dads a chance to treat themselves to two fantastic Mac OSX applications that make life on the Web a little easier at half price.
From June 19 to June 21, users can get ShutterBug and/or ImageWell for a 50% discount using the special links below, no fussy coupon codes to enter!
Starting a few hours ago you can set a unique Facebook URL for your profile. It lets you easily direct friends, family, and coworkers to your profile with a Facebook username that will have this format: http://www.facebook.com/username/
Few things to remember:
Grab it asap, there are 20 million users fishing for good names
The URL must be at least 5 characters long and it can include a dot.
Social networks are great time wasters and they usually don't do much good to your professional career. Except for LinkedIn which offers a great way to build up your CV with recommendations and helps finding valuable contacts.
‘Google Doodle’ is the buzz word these days. Whether it’s Christmas, Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day or any other important date, Google doesn’t miss out doodling for them. For readers who don’t know what Google Doodle is all about, here is a little piece of information on what it is, how Google started it, what kind of response are they getting from the people all across the world and how you, as a business owner can embellish your logo on different occasions?
We all know the literal meaning of the word ‘Doodle’, which means aimless drawing. Google, the most successful internet giant started doodling in the year 1999. Their first doodle was designed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin on ‘Burning Man Festival’, which bagged a lot of popularity. So later on, in 2000, they assigned an intern, Dennis Hwang in their own company to take charge of this department named ‘Google Doodle’. His first doodle was created in 2000 for ‘Bastille Day’ and he’s been designing doodles for Google ever since.