It seems only the other day I was complaining about the BBC News logo and already they've changed it.
The power of blogging.
The new logo is definitely an improvement - lighter and brighter. But it's hardly the radical rebranding one might expect for half a million pounds.
The dreadful music is unchanged and the countdown to the hour is the same, with Kate Whatsit - you know, the tall piece with glasses - still striding over the Millenium Bridge in a scarlet coat like Father Christmas in drag.
BBC News 24 has been renamed 'BBC News'. The original name did what it said on the tin. The new name doesn't. And if I continue to chronicle their cock-ups, I'll have to refer to it as 'the BBC News Channel' to distinguish it from BBC News in general.
The new logo is engraved into the glass behind the newsreaders. On last night's Six O'Clock News (sorry, we now have to call it 'BBC News at Six'), the positioning of George Alagiah made it look as though he had a laser beam going in one ear and out the other. Or that his head was impaled on a frozen streak of piss.
I was so distracted by this that I couldn't concentrate on what was happening to mortgage rates.
You don't get these problems with news on the wireless.
Except when Charlotte Green gets the giggles.