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Thanks For the Logos; Help Us Choose a Winner 66

Over the course of October, we marked each day of our 15th anniversary month with a different reader-submitted graphic, instead of the usual Slashdot logo. (Thanks to all the artists who participated, whether or not your submission made it to the page: to keep it to one each day, we had to reluctantly cull a lot of great ones.) Now that all the selected graphics have had their day in the sun, we'd like your help in figuring out which one of the selected artists will receive a Nexus 7 tablet (in addition to one of our anniversary T-shirts). Take a look at the current poll and cast your vote. We've listed a handful of favorites as poll options, but feel free to pick the "some other" option and make a case for your favorite in the comments. As the note below all Slashdot polls warns, "This whole thing is wildly inaccurate. Rounding errors, ballot stuffers, dynamic IPs, firewalls. If you're using these numbers to do anything important, you're insane." So we'll take the results with a grain of salt ("advisory") — but as of this writing, four of the options are between 13 and 16 percent, which gives us an idea that it's working pretty well.
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Thanks For the Logos; Help Us Choose a Winner

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  • Re:The Images? (Score:5, Informative)

    by cultiv8 ( 1660093 ) on Thursday November 01, 2012 @10:51AM (#41842081) Homepage
  • by timothy ( 36799 ) Works for Slashdot on Thursday November 01, 2012 @12:16PM (#41843173) Journal


    Not to say that there might not be design changes down the road, but the month of October really was its own special snowflake :) We tried to make that clear in the way the initial call for entries was phrased, and in the story to which you're responding, but quite a few people evidently have the same confusion -- sorry about that. This was a chance to let readers get their name and creativity on the site in a way other than the usual story / poll submissions, not an attempt at long-term rebranding.

    Some of the logos submitted were great, and perhaps one day we'll either want to use them or be inspired by them, but we're back as planned, and for the currently-anticipated future, to the old, regular Slashdot logo.


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