Millennium-Friendly


Are your products Millennium-Friendly ? If so, why not download this cool logo to say so !

The logo is available in a variety of formats and can be used by businesses and individuals alike. It is intended to make things clearer by standardising millennium compatibility so that 'Millennium-Friendly' is used throughout rather than weird and meaningless phrases such as 'Year 2000 compliant' or 'PC'98 Certified'.

The two colour design is ideal for small or large presentations or for image manipulation. The body of the Japanese/French-style design is that of a double-thick letter M, both for MillenniuM and the Roman number for the year 2000, MM.

The top of the M forms a smile, leaving two 'strikes' for 2 millennia. The wording underneath confirms that the product is Millennium-Friendly. In addition the logo has a look that is both clear, bold and user-friendly. Whilst being high-tech and modern, the logo hasn't lost the human touch.

All I ask for you to use this logo is to mention that the logo was designed by Graham Haynes. I would also welcome a link or reference to this page, the reaction 2000 page or the GH Web homepage. So long as all copyright remains with me I permit copying of this logo under the conditions just outlined, without charge.

NOTE: Making use of the Millennium-Friendly logo in no way guarantees millennium compliance in whole or in part.

Because the logo is in only two colours (unless anti-aliased), it is easy to convert to Cerulean Blue, Pantone 15-4020TC. This is colour experts Pantone`s official colour of the new millennium and is calm and neutral. It represents both past and present nicely. The colour index is 155, 196, 226 or in hexadecimal 9B C4 E2.

Representative Image Description

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millfr2a.gif
GIF Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
6004828 = 256 colours
7 k
Compuserve Compression, (87a)

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millfr2a.iff
IFF-ILBM Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
6004858 = 256 colours
79 k
Byte Run 1 Compression

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millfr2a.jpg
JPEG/JFIF Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
60048524 = 16 777 216 colours
27 k
Lossy Compression Algorithm
Background isn't pure white due to compression methods.

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millfr2a.png
PNG Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
6004858 = 256 colours
9 k
Lz Compression Factor 9, Progressive

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millfri2.gif
GIF Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
No anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
6004851 = 2 colours
5 k
Compuserve Compression, (87a)

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millfri2.stf
ST Fax Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
No anti-aliasing
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
2 colours
22 k

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millfr2a.stf
ST Fax Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Grey
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
176 k

millfrie.gif
GIF Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 1
No anti-aliasing
No text
6004341 = 2 colours
3 k
Compuserve Compression, (89a, background transparent, progressive)

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millfri2.dsd
IFF-DSDR Structured Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
27 k
Uncompressed
(Original format)

millfrie.dsd
IFF-DSDR Structured Image (click to view, download via browser menus)
Version 1
No text
10 k
Uncompressed
(Original format)

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Huge PiNGs

Huge PiNG Image (click links to view, download via browser menus)
Version 2
Single line text (English, Times Bold)
>150012002/8 = 2/256 colours
Compressed to factor 9
(Good Quality)
Anti-Aliasing Yes No
Progressive
Yes
30 k
16 k
No
18 k
8 k


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Mixed Structured

Note: These files have been batch converted. Their quality may be unreliable. I haven't checked all these files through lack of suitable software, but I have reason to believe some are empty or don't work. The DSDR files above are best, but failing that AMF, FIG and DR2D files are reasonable. The WMF file seems to comprise of only a few straight lines. Your best bet might be the larger PNG bitmaps. (PNG-supporting software is available for most computers now).
millfri2.amf27 k(Amiga Meta Format)
millfri2.fig27 k(Unix and Amiga Figure)
millfri2.eps87 k(Encapsulated Postscript)
millfri2.ai46 k(AI)
millfri2.cgm27 k(CGM)
millfri2.gem1 k(GEM)
millfri2.hpg246 k(HPGL)
millfri2.jmf k(Java Meta Format)
millfri2.wmf31 k(Windows Meta Format)
millfri2.ww k(Wordworth)
millfr22.amf57 k(Amiga Meta Format)
millfr22.eps87 k(Encapsulated Postscript)
millfri2.dr269 k(IFF 2D-Drawing)
millfri2.ps192 k(Postscript)


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Font Mixture

Traced from bitmaps. These font files are in various formats (some may require more than one file) and are untested. A, B, C and D contain logo.

millfrie.dmf11 k
millfrie.fb k
millfrie.lib11 k
millfrie.pfb31 k
millfrie.rff19 k
millfrie.ttf15 k


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Mixture

milbar2a.gif8 kBackground
milbar2b.gif5 kBackground
milbar2c.gif5 kEmbossed background
milbar2c.jpg9 kEmbossed background
millfris.gif1 kSmall logo
millfris.iff2 kSmall logo
millfrit.gif1 kSmall logo
millfrit.iff2 kSmall logo
millf2br.png10 kLarge logo
millfr-p.jpg61 kLogo
millfr3a.ww3 kLogo document
millfri3.stf14 kIn-text logo
millf3sm.gif2 kSmall in-text logo
millf3sm.png3 kSmall in-text logo
millfri3.bmp30 kIn-text logo
millfri3.gif6 kIn-text logo
millfri3.iff14 kIn-text logo
millfri3.jpg30 kIn-text logo
millfri3.pcx20 kIn-text logo
millfri3.png5 kIn-text logo
millf3em.jpg7 kEmbossed in-text logo
millf3st.jpg10 kStone-like in-text logo
millfri-.pbm237 kLarge logo
millfri-.pcx36 kLarge logo
millfri-.txt5 kASCII logo
millfri2.stf22 kLarge logo
millhpa2.png15 kLarge logo
millfrb-.iff103 kLarge logo
millfri-.bmp237 kLarge logo

NOTE: Sizes of files are approximate. Unless stated otherwise, they are not archived. File's sizes are listed in kilobytes (k) unless very large, and this value is calculated by dividing by 1000 (not 1024, so some sizes might be a bit on the large side).

I am also keen to convert the DrawStudio drawings (IFF-DSDR) to other scalable formats such as postscript (PS), encapsulated postscript (EPS), 2D-Drawing (DR2D), Struct etc. If anyone out there can convert or improve on the dodgey files and E-mail them to me I'd be grateful. Thanks. (And before you ask, I know DrawStudio has a PS/EPS output, but it refuses to work with me, just like Wordworth's ! Also E-mail me if you want this image in another format.

Why not insert one of the smaller logos on your website ? Simply insert this code (replacing filename with the name of the file):

<A HREF="http://www.crosswinds.net/~ghweb/r2k/mf.htm">
<IMG SRC="http://www.crosswinds.net/~ghweb/resource/filename" BORDER=0>
</A>

Tip: Use cut and paste to avoid typing in everything

You can specify WIDTH= and HEIGHT= attributes to the IMG tag to resize the image, or you could put the filename in the BACKGROUND= attribute of the BODY tag near the start of your web page.

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