Monday Morning Miscellany

Over the course of any given week, we come across a variety of links which are particularly noteworthy or interesting through any number of means — Twitter, RSS feeds, etc — which don’t quite warrant a separate post or some other piece. So, we’ll gather them together here and post them for you every Monday morning, to help get the week started off with a miscellany bang!

In the meantime, we can’t keep an eye on everything, so please feel free to pass along anything interesting, quirky, inspirational; you name it. Include your name & a link to your website with the shared link, and we’ll get some credit up as well.

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The changing definition of the print ad from the zig blog, following on the tantalizing prototype from the iPad prototype of WIRED

An in-depth look at the soon-to-roll-out overhaul of the BBC website from the Creative Review blog

The Tonight Show, rebranded for Leno’s reclaiming the throne of late night TV

Type geeks take note of Making Geomoetric Type Work as well as the latest post from I Love Typography, Designing Armitage

Speaking of the Olympics, MyInkBlog posted a round-up of 20 sites inspired by the Vancouver Olympics

Stuck with writers block? Take a stab at the Creative Copy Challenge to get the mental gears turning again

Behind the popular Old Spice “I’m On A Horse” ad from the folks at Wieden + Kennedy

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