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UX annoyance that I've seen persist with many products' blogs. Clicking on the Blimp icon should take me to the product, not back to the blog. Clicking "About" takes me to the product, but the link text isn't very indicative of this.

We are trying to come up with a new name for the "About" link. Any recommendations?

Use "Blog" for blog. Use "Blimp" for your main website.

It's not that hard.

Is that really a group decision?

No need to be snarky. The team is based on Puerto Rico where Spanish is the primary language -- let's give them a break.

That shouldn't even be relevant.

People shouldn't be punished for asking for feedback no matter how trivial, especially if it's in the pursuit of clarity to the end user, especially on HN.

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