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What's a good way to represent "My" or ownership in a logo? Specifically own ideas.

[Edit:] The logo is for a web app called Mypothesis, it's for people to put their own personal theories out there, it's meant to be scientific in context. [Edit 2:] The reason why I want to represent "My" is because it's what separates Mypothesis from hypothesis.

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closed as off topic by Philip Regan Aug 22 '11 at 10:07

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A graphic of a head with a thought bubble thinking of:

  • a light bulb (incandescent or CFL)
  • scientific notation (sigma, E=mc2)
  • a graph of a formula (sine wave)
  • an algebraic kind of formula (X=y2 + z)
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I went for E=MC^2. Thanks :) – Leo Jweda Aug 22 '11 at 19:28

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