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Benjamin Moore Canada

I liked the Benjamin Moore web site. It’s nice to see they incorporated lots of different colors into the layout.

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  1. I don’t know about you, but I’m inspired to go get a mug of hot chocolate like that person witht the mittens on the site.

  2. Andrew, if you paint my office you can have a cup of hot chocolate. Hey, I’ll give you two cups if you paint my office.

  3. Yes, on-topic posts are good 😉

    I think you should make a seperate blog/site just for the caption stuff.

  4. Wow, I had no idea we even had a topic. What’s this site about again?

  5. Another thing, maybe it’s indicative that the only people who posted on this post are actual BrainFuel posters. Maybe we’ve created a tiny isolated way for us to have discussions and contests. Maybe we should have a golf tournament or something.

  6. We could do that. It’s called “A Forum.”
    And what’s this I hear about painting Chris’s office? Are you saying that I should neglect my talent for web design, and turn to painting as a career option? 😉

  7. And having a forum provides an advantage exactly how? It’s just one more place we’d have to check for new posts. Maybe I’m just wierd.

  8. Eh. There’s forums… and then there are blogs. I like the blog layout best (this site) as of lately. It’s easiest to keep track of, and usually only interesting or important stuff gets posted on the main page.
    On a side note: from my understanding, the title image of brainfuel indicates that the “topic” is “inspiration and design resources”. I think that’s what Ben was referring to earlier. I dunno. I don’t really care what is posted up here as long as it’s entertaining. 😀

  9. Ohh, duh. I should’ve rememberd the image at the top of the page. How would you describe “inspiration”? Can I argue that a caption contest inspires inspiration?

    Oh, and Friday’s caption contest is going to be the bomb!!!

  10. yeah. I would say that a caption could fall under that “brain fuel” gray area. (haha. gray area. ok I’ll shut up now.)