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Joshua Topolsky
October 10, 2009
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We don't know exactly what it is about the Engadget logo that people love so much (well, we have some ideas), but our name and likeness does seem to pop up in the most unusual places. This time, it's more unusual than, er... usual. Apparently, our sweet E is being used as the prime designator for a Croatian "civil society organization" called e-misija. We don't pretend to get exactly what it is they do, but anything with a promo video as sublime as the clip after the break sounds cool to us.

Note: Our logo is all over their YouTube page! See it in videos here.

[Thanks, Ahmed]





And here is a full translation of the text from the YouTube page:

E-Mission is a program of regional development and strengthen the capacity of civil society at local and regional level in partnership with the National Foundation Association CCI and spend IKS. Through the e-mission of the central Croatian civil sector, we offer information services, consulting and training. Target user groups are civil society organizations and informal civic initiative in the following counties: Karlovac, Krapina-Zagorje, Sisak-Moslavina, Zagreb County and Zagreb City.












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