New Boing Boing logo


#1

“New Boing Boing logo.” I try to act casual about it but I’m smiling proudly. “What do you think?”

“Whoa,” Jardin says, lifting it up, fingering the iPad, genuinely impressed.

“Very nice. Take a look.” She hands it to Pescovitz.

“Synched up from the dev repository yesterday,” I mention.

“Cool coloring,” Doctorow says, studying the pixels closely.

“That’s #ff0000,” I point out. “And the lettering is something called 04b_19.”

“04b_19?” Frauenfelder asks.

“Yeah. Not bad, huh?”

“It is very cool,” Weisberger says guardedly, the jealous bastard.


Did you ever want to play questions?
#2

New Jill (2 more frames)


#3

I am not hallucinating. I am not hallucinating. I am not hallucinating.

Looks great, could use a bit more Splunge.

Am I required to make sense?


#4

Meet the new BoingBoing logo, same as the old one?


#5

This one is red; the old one looks like the favicon.

this one:

old one favicon:


#6

I think he’s talking about the parent site.

Old:

New:

Okay, it is a bit different. It’s all the same height now, plus capital G (and O?).

(but wait, that’s not the logo on the parent site…)

is it bOinG bOinG now?


#7

Maybe I just don’t scroll enough.


#8

(Why don’t I ever pay attetntion to these things? Now I can’t tell the difference!)

Cool man, really cool.


#9

Maybe you’re just like my mother
She’s never satisfied.


#10

We paid £400,000 for this.


#11

Too cold man. Too cold.


#12

The pixels are gourmet.


#13

But are they artisanal?


#14

Thanks for curating them for us.


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#17

“It’s like Lucent, only agile.”
—Lew Platt, on the links in 1998


#18

She, uh, really seems to be enjoying herself there.


#19

How’d I get so fucking tasteful?


#20

BO BO