Remembrance Day 2010 Logos

At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year 1918, The Great War came to an end. Two years later, a two minute long pause of silence was suggested as a mark of Remembrance to the 16,543,185 dead and 21,228,813 casualties. Last year I reported showed the Google and Bing Remembrance Day logos, and thought it was a good idea to carry on the tradition.

Bing have done a full page takeover again:

Whereas I find Google’s attempt less eyecatching that in previous years, with a solitary Poppy underneath the search buttons, and is only available on

We also covered newspaper logos showing their signs of respect last year, or at least Malcolm did. The MailOnline was getting a bit of bad press, but they seem to have changed their ways this time around:

The other mainstreams I checked all did something similar… except, as you can see, the Guardian, who are this year’s black sheep of the bunch: