Not much is happening this week unrelated to OpenWorld, but Rich pointed me at something fun.
By now, you’re probably familiar with OraTweet, Noel‘s side-project turned enterprise communication tool. I’ve blogged about it several times because I dig the garage innovation and it’s a perfect OpenSocial app tie-in to Connect. Most recently, coverage of TC50 winner Yammer earlier this month has drawn comparisons to OraTweet.
So now Rich tells me Noel is running a logo search for OraTweet. Here are the guidelines:
- Upload your logo with a size of 64×64, bigger logos will be displayed at 64×64.
- The logo doesn’t need to be necessarily a bird, but the term “tweet” is becoming a standard when referring to micro blogging messages.
- You can vote at least once for each logo.
- Avoid using copyrighted images, preferably draw it yourself or make sure that the author has released it for public use.
Several worthy submissions already. Rich added a couple, and he and I bounced some non-bird ideas for more logos. I’m wondering why Noel didn’t run the voting on Connect, since we have voting. Maybe it was the lack of file upload, but anyway, I did manage to vote for my favorite “at least once”.
Here are a few of the submissions.
I think Rich is just getting started, and I expect he’ll have some new kickass logo spins very soon.
If you’re an Oracle person, head over to OraTweet and vote. Oh and check out OraTweet if you haven’t yet and feel the Twitter-goodness.