Friday, January 22, 2010


2010 Brings A “New Look” for The Merry Bird Designs

January 2010, Trumbull, CT -- The Merry Bird Designs flys in to start the New Year with a new brand identity.

For four years, a flying, pen and ink Humming Bird represented The Merry Bird…pen, ink and design. Today a new logo flys in its place to represent The Merry Bird Designs.
The Merry Bird featured services include: Logo creation, Book Cover Art, Ad design as well as custom pen and ink motif's for stationery. All design work is contract guaranteed. Paypal, Check or Money Order are the preferred methods of payment.

The new logo projects the quality design services offered to future and present clients by Kristine Sheehan, TheMerryBird. You will still find a flying bird when you visit but this bird will fly into the sunset along with “Your Stationery in Flight”.

Company Bio:

The Merry Bird Designs company of Connecticut has officially been in business since March 2006. Kristine Sheehan, the owner, began working in the design/art industry because her passion is drawing with pen and ink, painting and photography and computer graphics. Her company offers Logo Development, Book Cover Creation, Ad Design and a line of pen and ink motifs on note cards, holiday Tags and invitations. The Merry Bird Designs is ever changing and adding more beautiful ideas to choose from, come take a peek, Fly in! *********************

The Merry Bird Designs
Kristine Sheehan

Thursday, January 14, 2010


The Business Week (BW) quoted title above refers to global patent races. USA is coming in last, to Japan, South Korea and China.

Hey Ben! Where the hell did all the "aha-bulbs" go?

Offshore is only part of the answer, taxes are another. Other countries, where research and development takes place have sliced the "tax bread" sort of speak and left USA tax credits in the dust.

Should we have a Tea Party now? Nah! Taxes or not, we have to go with the flow anyway, I'd say get yourself into social networking and GO GLOBAL! It's easy, accessible and there is no better time than now to reach as far as your business can take you.

Ok so, there are still some light bulbs on out here, and what my thought is: all this patent stuff shouldn't keep you down. If anything, it should make an innovator more innovative. So if your big time or small the world is literally your oyster.

Water and electricity don't go together anyway!

Kristine Sheehan

(ref: Business Week 2009)