New ITunes Logo – Let us know what you think

April 6th, 2007

New Logo


  1. I think it looks great. very high tech.

    Comment by casey — April 6, 2007 @ 8:55 pm

  2. Thanks Casey, the thing is do you think it is friendly enough? I was wondering if the font could be softer?

    Comment by Jason — April 6, 2007 @ 9:11 pm

  3. beautiful. bang in style, slightly glowing text with the nice web 2.0 curves and that subtle 3d light metallic sweep. readable icons, should work in any language.

    i thought this was funny

    Comment by dean — April 7, 2007 @ 11:57 am

  4. Dean, you always make me laugh! thank you for the compliments! Saw you appear and dissappear in skype. Hope all well.

    Comment by Jason — April 7, 2007 @ 12:01 pm

  5. I think it’s great. I think your gosho studies are fantastic!

    I used to practice in the UK (Cardiff) for 9+ years (1984-1993), was even at Taplow Court when Sensei came in 1991. I miss the UK so much. Your podcasts remind me of how wonderful it was to practice there in the Richard Causton days. Wonderful man.

    Thank you for this website. I’ve been telling all my district leaders here in the Boston area to listen, too. You really are reaching out and spreading this wonderful practice of Nichiren Buddhism.

    All the best to you and your family..and I do hope to hear the rest of that experience where your life fell apart the day before Sensei’s visit! what a tease that was! (Action man lecture)


    Comment by Jill — April 10, 2007 @ 2:08 am

  6. Hi Jason,

    Nice, stylish logo. I think it’s nice and I understand the thought behind it, but, if I could say so, it might look ‘friendlier’ if you went up the color palette a bit with some lighter colors. Otherwise spot on .. really like the lotus inside the iPod.

    Hope all is well. Thouroughly enjoy your podcasts and looking forward to hearing more!

    Take care,


    Comment by Ray — April 12, 2007 @ 12:23 am

  7. Hi Jason & Karen,

    The new logo looks great!!!

    It’s very clear that it’s about Buddhism.
    Keep up the good work.

    André de Wit
    The Netherlands

    Comment by André de Wit — April 26, 2007 @ 9:24 pm

  8. hi jason and karen
    This is great the podcast logo is fab!!! I have only just started hearing them. I am the SGI student division rep for Kings College London. I have put your links on all our student Facebook pages for SGI student division UK and USA and international so that should add a few hits as most of us have ipods or equvialent. We need more of this kind of opening to buddhist texts! Especially for students! keep up the great work. love the logo! best

    Comment by Emma LS — May 6, 2007 @ 1:00 am

  9. Just like the podcasts. Excellent!

    Comment by Peter — June 8, 2007 @ 10:37 am

  10. Thank you for a wonderful podcast!

    My name is Gary Arkoff. My wife, Joelle Goncalves, practise in Santa Rosa, California in Valley Oak District where we have the privledge of being district leaders together. Joelle introduced me to the practice almost eight years ago and is the love of my life.

    I wanted to thank you for such a wonderful podcast. I am always moved by your life condition and your thoughts about N.D. Buddhism. I especially liked what you had to say on the most recent podcast about the mentor and disiple relationship, viz-a-via, other members who have tried to distance themselves and others from Sensei. I do not remember the exact words, but your sentiment was right on.

    I work as an executive recruiter which is a very high-stress job and is very demanding on me. My prayer every day is to respond to my mentor, President Ikeda, specifically I pray that “the pure light of the Gohonzon shines through my life in my joyful service to all those around me.”

    Keep up a wonderful show!


    Comment by Gary Arkoff — September 23, 2008 @ 1:22 am

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