If you like the new banner, kudos goes to Matt Yarbrough. I don’t really know who he is, but he was kind enough to design a banner and work with the picky blogger on a font. For the rest of the info on the image and copyrights, see the About page.
Glad you like it. I enjoy reading you, as well as the rest of scienceblogs, and while my limited knowledge of science prevents me from contributing a whole lot in the discussions, I can at least do something in the graphics department
I do like it. Kudos, Matt.
Yep, I like it.
It’s sort of weird — but cool — to think of the ways we help out people we’ve never met, these days. I have next to no idea who The Digital Cuttlefish might be, but I was able to lend a hand in formatting a book cover for a print-on-demand service.
I remember back in the days of Geocities, there were teams of people who volunteered to make 468×80 banners for other members.
It’s sort of weird — but cool —
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