From the idle hands department, The Chronicle of Higher Education took eighty-eight unusual trademarks owned by colleges and universities and arranged them into an interactive poem, resulting in a work of pure GENIUS JUICE that leads to FULFILLMENT BEYOND MEASURE. For the curious individuals who believe that PEOPLE WHO ASK, KNOW, each mark can be expanded to show the trademark owner, filing date, and the goods and/or services with which that mark is used. Remember, people, you don’t have to go to HAHVAHD or feed ROBOTUNA to a HOWLING COW to know that THE BOX DOES NOT EXIST. Also, INSTABONE. Just ASK DR. UNIVERSE. Read the full article, and poem, here.
Reposted from The Chronicle of Higher Education.