CNET have their old logo back!

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CNET was one of the first websites I visited when we first got internet in the 1990s. I was horrified (mortified even) when they replaced their uniquely tech-retro typeface with a generic font a few years ago.

Needless to say, a horrendously egregious error seems to have finally been corrected! I applaud CNET for re-introducting their classic logo, and restoring a part of my childhood :). Now they just need to do something about the overwrought, ZDNet-esque site design, and degrade gracefully when people access their site without JavaScript.

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