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  1. Harris Veziris

    As a Greek I must add that actually first letter is y, since h is the Latin inscription of Greek rough breathing (ὕβρις), therefore it is indeed the right logo.

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  2. Klaus Hummel

     

    Thank you Tim, for providing us insight in your creative process.

    Your description reminded me on two occations in recents months, where I was in contact with persons who have an y in their surname (which is not very common for German family names). One of them was the sales assistant of my car dealer. When I phoned the car dealer the next day to ask some additional questions, I had embarrasingly forgotten her name. So I started the dialogue with “I talked to your colleague yesterday, …ehm, the lady with the Y in her name…” He instantly knew who I was talking about.

    So, this proves that the “y” helps to memorize Things very easily.

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