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Topics: Rebranding, Logo, Gap

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

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Gap the mind.

Oh that naughty internet has been at it again, causing trouble where there is none.

Poor old Gap, all they did was change their logo from the old, white lettering in a blue box, to something that, admittedly looks a bit like a low end of the market software company logo, and quicker than you can say "internet based backlash" there was an internet based backlash.

Do you remember that woman who was caught chucking a cat in a trash receptacle? What about the brew-ha-ha over X-Factor Gamu? Yeah well, the internet is behind all manner lashing back, jumped up jiggery pokery and spleen venting when ever it deems something inappropriate.

"Why cant the internet just shut up" said one bemused bystander "All the internet seems to do these days is sit around, probably in a darkened room somewhere, just waiting for someone to do something so it can rant about it. It needs to get out in the fresh air more"

Due to the internets increasing, bouts of lash backing, other forms of media dispersal are starting a backlash of their very own against the internet.

The television is joining in with the virtual kicking by telling the internet to stop getting on its high horse. The radio has called for someone to do something and a fist full of news papers have said "Why can't it just be happy with being told what to think by conventional media, like everyone else is?"

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