More Web 2.0 Logos – Speech Bubble Trends?

Opinions over the web 2.0 logo trend can not be mistaken by reading the title of this blog entry: Die Speech Bubble Logo, Die found on the Eachday company blog. Check out this collection of thought bubble logos they’ve assembled:

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At least they have a sense of humor about it all. Here’s a snip from their original post:

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“…As a catch-all symbol, the speech bubble is tough to resist. It contains what everyone wants to say about the “new” web: user-generated, communication, collaboration, commenting, social media, community, self-published, my voice, our voice, rating, ranking, sharing and the rest. On top of that, it’s simple with a minimum of line, approachable and cuddly, and you can always count on people getting it. What more could a would-be communicator want? …”

Go read the rest of the post here as well as the 77 comments, response and opinions.

Eachday is an online photo site that specializes in users uploading their photo streams, much like flkr. However, their tools offer a more unique tag system, better photo collection management and display and daily memory stream manage and more.

And for a birds-eye view, don’t forget our original post on the subject here.

4 comments for “More Web 2.0 Logos – Speech Bubble Trends?

  1. Wilmi
    August 18, 2007 at 7:10 pm

    You forgot Naimoka’s logo (http://www.naimoka.com/) :P

  2. Sara
    September 11, 2007 at 10:35 pm

    Great Article! Here is something more about web 2.0 logos

    http://www.logoblog.org/wordpress/a-guide-to-web-20-logos/

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  4. June 16, 2008 at 9:00 am

    noway. Wouldnt have noticed this

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