Adam Osborne, city Technology Officer, offered his opinion as well. "This hashtag sets us apart, no doubt. This is another tool in our economic toolbox, right up there with our new Netscape web browsers on our Tandy (TRS 80) computers and our implementation of Microsoft Silverlight as the sole-source software for viewing council meetings."
Economic Director Norman Smith could barely contain himself at the logo unveil. "We have been contacted already by a potential new business wanting to set up shop in the PCID, a 3rd World manufacturer of transistors. They actually used the hashtag, and the name of our city, when they updated their MySpace page. This is awesome!"
But not all residents are happy. Local activist and Coffee Party member Jeannette Smathers complained about yet another keyboard character being used. "All the hieroglyphics out there and all those Greek letters and such, and we grab another random character from a computer keyboard? They must have had some special federal grant forcing us to get that hash thing."
The new logo was leaked Dunwoody Talk's cub reporter Chip Snowden and will not be officially unveiled until later this year. The logo party is rumored to coincide with either the opening of the new