Dan’s wildly popular I See Blue Ovals post in August discerned a widespread, but very simple pattern — logos having the color and shape of a blue oval. Several commenters added to the list, making the blue oval pattern even more widespread than originally disclosed.

Speaking of patterns, have you discerned a DuetsBlog pattern for Tuesdays yet?

Just so you know, and in case you haven’t yet discerned the pattern, we have been treating Tuesdays as “GuestBlogger Day.”

And, since yesterday was our six month anniversary after launching DuetsBlog on March 5, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed their bright and thought-provoking posts to DuetsBlog as GuestBloggers, you add so much to the conversation, thank you!

Now, at the risk of making this post start to sound too much like an Academy Awards acceptance speech, we’d also like to take this opportunity to thank all our readers and commenters for embracing what we have created here at DuetsBlog.

The DuetsBlog conversation continues to grow at a much faster pace than we ever could have predicted, thanks to our readers, commenters, and GuestBloggers.

As you may recall, in the beginning of July, we reported that we had served over 10,000 unique visitors in four short months of operation. Now, two months later, we are thrilled to say we have served over 27,000 unique visitors during our first six months of life. Thanks so much for spreading the good word about DuetsBlog!

We have two requests of you:

(1) If you have topics you would like to see addressed on DuetsBlog, please let us know, we can’t promise we’ll cover them, but we’ll certainly consider your ideas and do our best; and

(2) If you have an interest in providing an original and thought provoking post to DuetsBlog as a GuestBlogger, please let us know, we’d be happy to discuss the possibility with you.

Last, but not least, stay tuned for Jason Voiovich’s return as a GuestBlogger this coming Tuesday for his upcoming post on a really smart marketer’s perspective to the Lion’s Tap v. McDonald’s trademark infringement case over the slogan: Who’s Your Patty? You may recall Jason’s highly popular The Case of the Screwed Screwmaker post from June16.

I previewed Jason’s Lion’s Tap post yesterday and I couldn’t stop laughing — his writing is smart, funny, and it won’t disappoint!

Enjoy the rest of the Labor Day weekend!