Deacon Greg Kandra posted this a couple of years ago on his blog. I repost the link here for your edification. Enjoy.
In 1971, an art student at Portland State University named Carolyn Davidson got a job doing some freelance design work for a local sporting goods company. They were looking for a company logo, an emblem. Carolyn Davidson came up with something in just a few hours. Everyone liked what she did and thanked her. For a day’s work, she was paid $35.
Little did anyone realize what Carolyn Davidson had created. That design went on to generate billions—and made history.
Click on the link below for the rest. You won’t be sorry.