The logo above is quite a well known one and it has this interesting feature. As you see it above it suggests that it's owner or user is or abbrieviates to DY ... which is wrong. It is the logo of Hewlett Packard but if you turn the cardboard box of any HP product upside down you see, well, wrong letters. Isn't that an awful property for a logo? What is Gerrit's opinion? O.k. this is nothing compared to the Institute for Oriental Studies logo discussed here earlier.
By the way, I could not withstand adding a little user interactivity. If you click the logo it will appear correctly. Clicking again reestablishes the default state.
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