#TheDailySpin: What if Apple had called the new 4S the iPhone 5?

Would the lukewarm reaction have been any different? Plus, what brand logos might look like without typography designers; QR code rooftops, a starving Muppet; and a commercial for the dogs.

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Speaking of thoughts, we also wonder what it might be like if your favorite brands merely settled for those stock, MS Word-esque fonts found on any old computer, rather than add a designer’s typographical touch to their logos? Don’t wonder any longer.

Forget shingles. Roof-space designers aren’t settling either, and we’re not just talking about green city rooftops. Businesses have now begun installing QR codes on their roofs in hopes of sneaking them into Google Maps.

That’s not the only thing new hitting the neighborhood. In a one-hour primetime special, Sesame Street is introducing Lily, a new Muppet whose family suffers from food insecurity. Walmart is sponsoring the show (naturally), which airs Sunday and features country star Brad Paisley.

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