There was another example of a changed color scheme, but I forget where I saw it.
I suppose as themes have become more prevalent this is less important.
Still, I see a trend.
I'm staying quiet about the colors. But my blog uses a very different color scheme.
It's not a criticism, more of an observation. I believe Mr. Brown is working towards us being able to apply our own wallpaper. That should cut the pink some.
That sounds naughty, cutting the pink.
I agree. As well, should web 2.0 concepts allow for user customization. I want my own color schemes.
As I previously exclaimed re: the changeover "Holy Neon Pastel!"
i already asked ben about custom colours and he said YES
YOU BETTER DELIVER MR. BROWN!
It's bourghetto (bourgeois ghetto), baby!
It's funny, seriously, how trends start. I wish I had noted the website that was all up in my grill, sayin', 'Hey, so much for soft-cornered icons and SWPL color schemes, esse!'
iv'e noticed that the white gaps between the tan-ish posts creates an optical illusion of a tan bar extending to the right side of the screen when i'm tired.
GTI is one of many sites i navigate to using the browser i've set up to enforce my own color schemes (black background, white text).
Oh, it was the new color scheme for okCupid. Harsh blue.
I postulate that it's Depression 2.0 that is harshing up the colors.
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