Sometimes Facebook is full of statuses about what we have for lunch, where we are headed and who we are meeting. And that’s fine!
And sometimes, people post something so funny that it just has to be shared!
Here are three golden nuggets for you to enjoy:
“If you get bird flu, you need tweet-ment. If you get swine flu, you need oink-ment.”
“Menstruation, menopause.. and mental breakdown! Have you noticed how all women’s problems start with ‘men’?”
“Don’t you find it interesting that after Monday (M) and Tuesday (T), the rest of the week spells WTF?”
On the whole, I’d say that the Swedes are very good at adopting new technologies and mindsets early on. One aspect they seem to have embraced is the open and sharing attitude that the Internet facilitates.
One example of this comes from Tomas Seo, whom I met at a recent TEDxStockholm event. After connecting up via Facebook and Twitter, I was excited to read all about his latest venture… his creative project during the holidays. Yes – he seriously needs his head looking into is keeping himself on creative toes while on holiday! (Can toes be creative? / Ed.)
And not only is he admirable – he is also generous. He is offering to create free logotypes (one to be finished every day for a month) if you tweet him a brief. For example:
Read the rules here and then tweet him a brief if your company needs a logotype! Each logotype must be inspired by a movie or TV series character.
Now, to make this even more interesting, he is putting up screencasts on his site so that you can see his two or three hours’ work designing a logotype compressed into a two-minute video. It’s amazing how much work and thought goes into a logotype.
Naturally, I tweeted him a brief!
My blog is http://www.ladyfi.wordpress.com. Need something quirky and funny. Inspiration character: Dame Edna Everage.
And although he doesn’t really want to design blog headers, he kindly designed me some cyber bling!
If you watch the video showing his thought and work process, you’ll see that he really has captured the essence of that crazy Dame Edna! (Oh – and the music is good too!)
As to why I chose Dame Edna… well, I think you can all draw your own conclusions!
For a look at other parts of the world, visit That’s My World!