From hidden images to morse code these are 25 hidden messages in famous logos.
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United States Cyber Command
If you run the 32 letters and numbers located inside the gold ring through an md5 cryptographic hash you will come across the group’s mission statement.
The incomplete nature of the Wikipedia globe signifies the incomplete nature of Wikipedia itself as it is always expanding and evolving.
Originally meant to mirror the functionality of Foursquare, you’ll notice that Facebook’s first places logo had their location marker laid directly on a grid with a visible 4 on it.
The most widely read Apple blog on the internet, their logo makes sense. If you look closer though, you’ll notice that the right side of the apple consists of a question mark.
The “E” turned on its side represents founder Michael Dell’s desire to “turn the world on its ear”. There has also been some speculation that it portrays a floppy disk.