Last week at Build, many people noticed Joe Belfiore's shirt emblazoned with a Windows logo. It was not a daring fashion statement but the curiosity behind the binary that piqued interest. That is because the Windows logo was made up of many 1s and 0s.
Could there be a message? Indeed, there was.
Twitter user Kévin Gosse evidently went through and decoded each pane of the logo to find what was written. Here are the messages.
Windows 10 Binary Shirt
- There are 10 types of people in the world
- Windows 10, because 7 8 9.
- Congrats on being one of the first.
- Windows Insiders help us develop the future. Talk to us @ Windows
Pretty funny stuff and it just adds to the cleverness of the Windows team in the last few years.
Next question will undoubtedly be 'Where can I buy one?' to which we have no answer. However, if you speak loud enough, maybe Microsoft will add it to their store?
Source: Kévin Goss; via WinSuperSite
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