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LogoWatch MySQL swims with the dophins

MySQL boss Michael "Monty" Widenius' claim that MySQL's decision to stick a frolicking dolpin in its new logo was to help save an endangered species was met with raised eyebrows by reader Chris Stehlik.

And Peguins use Linux and Vultures read The Reg, so what's your point ? Word to the Wise (but you lot can listen as well) Sensitive environmentally concerned dotcommers get more birds! (know what I mean? know what I mean?)

Absolutely Chris, as a fully paid-up member of the "bird" gang, I can vouch for the fact that your pulling technique is spot on. Thank you for sharing that tip with the rest of the readers. (And yes, before you ask for a third time, we do ALL know what you mean)

Meanwhile, Jakob Kust clears up why you may think the new MySQL logo looks familiar:

Just to let you know...The Danish telco "Sonofon" has a logo that looks remarkably like it. The Sonofon logo can be found here

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