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As you may remember, yesterday, we put up a post poking fun at this then-stranger who had been photographed using a typewriter in Starbucks by one of his fellow students. Cries of rage soon followed from both sympathisers and opponents alike. This man’s typewriter and our mocking tone struck a chord. For some of you, a very deep, perhaps-could-be-helped-with-therapy chord.
I love the alternate-reality logo work by svenska designern Viktor Hertz. After his first series, he’s back with a new batch of Honest Logos, even better than the first. My favorites: Nokia, Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts.
Oh hey, you know that new whiz-bang app Starbucks has for paying with your iPhone? Well, apparently the barcode it produces stays the same every time, meaning that a sneakily procured screenshot can net you infinite coffee (approx. a Trenta’s worth) on someone else’s tab. [The Register]