I canâ€™t stand those logos that stations put in the lower right of the picture, but I thought that at least we were safe from seeing them stamped on premium movie services like HBO. Wrong! Tonight I saw â€œActionMAXâ€ superimposed on a Cinemax channel! How disgusting. Are they so deluded as to think that we need a visible reminder of what channel weâ€™re watchingâ€”or do they get a discount on their costs for stamping the logo to make it harder for pirates to sell copies. Is it that--like those birdbrained kids who spray paint their names on everything--they are trying to get attention? Or maybe theyâ€™ll offer to remove the logos if weâ€™ll pay $50 a year (Iâ€™d pay it, actually). The defacement is getting worse, too. The HDTV demo loop here on Time Warner here in Greensboro shows the logo of the originating station that made the travelogue, and then in the upper left corner the logo of our local public TV station â€œUNC-HDâ€ that is rebroadcasting the travelogue. Because some people currently pay no attention to the logos, I fully expect the perps to start animating the logos before longâ€”so theyâ€™ll rotate, flash, slide around, and otherwise become absolutely impossible to ignore, like those ads on some Web pages. Canâ€™t we stop this destructive trend?