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Twitter refreshes its iconic bird logo — this time, with overlapping circles

The company has decided to update its bird again. So, what’s so different about the current logo (right)? It’s made of circles and nothing but. “This bird is crafted purely from three sets of overlapping circles — similar to how your networks, interests and ideas connect and intersect with peers and friends,” the company says. A couple of fun facts about the bird: First, the initial logo was an iStockPhoto they likely spent $6 on initially, and second, the bird’s name is Larry. Yes, after that Larry Bird. Anyway, what do you think about the new logo? Necessary?

(via npr)

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    Didn’t even know! I’ve really enjoyed the almost 5 months I’ve been on twitter! :) I kinda liked his tuft of hair, even...
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  5. yourowl answered: I like it better. Larry looks too cartoon-like but the new one seems oddly euphoric. More professional though so good choice Twitter.
  6. adingintheuniverse answered: necessary - no. looks good, though!
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    wow that’s actually really cool
  19. yamagiwa answered: bueno!
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  21. come-downstairs answered: I always thought the logo should look more like the one on the right, just more coherent looking to me…
  22. ifeanyiawachie answered: Definitely necessary. The new logo is the sleekest design yet and aesthetically, takes twitter to the highest level of modern.
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