8 thoughts on “And the winner is ..”

  1. Nicely done. I think that’s a very nice choice.

    If you change image formats from jpg to png, you can remove the white background so the logo won’t have to display in a white box. If you’re interested I can explain.

      1. Not all graphic software allows you to work with a transparent background or with the png format. It may be that your software doesn’t allow it. I’m much more comfortable behind a computer mouse than a hand saw. I use Photoshop for this sort of task, but programs like http://www.gimp.org/ will also work. Send me the largest version of that logo you have, and I’d be happy to convert it for you. You could consider it my donation to a great blog.

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