8 Responses to “HTML5 Grows up and gets a Logo”

  1. Itjoblog says:

    After emerging out as a platform some time ago, we can see how HTML 5 is now creating it’s own ‘brand’ in a sense… I ve seven seen some HTML 5 t-shirts on sales online. Well very geeky of course bit still..

    Great post.

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  3. David Lender says:

    I kind of like it. But it sort of looks like it should be on a chest plate of a robot. LOL!

  4. Laiq Ahmad says:

    I think it more like transformers.

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  6. Tim Brennan says:

    it looks SuperMan to me!

  7. Marvin Elder says:

    Isn’t it ironic that there’s a new HTML 5 logo just when they’re dropping ’5′ and going with just HTML? Looks like the new 5 logo is the world’s shortest lved logo. Is there a plain old HTML logo?

  8. Mike Wilcox says:

    @Marvin: No, and that’s one of the rubs. HTML doesn’t have a logo, nor does JavaScript, nor CSS, XML, etc, etc. Languages just don’t have logos (Java may be the exception).