This is not a company logo, it is a logo for a blog/book, that is
discussing a specific class of ideas. So the logo should be obvious.
I seek to blend a fundamental image of life, with a fundamental image of information technology.
In my search for logo ideas for fundamental images of life, I like the image of a jellyfish-like tentacled organism. Specifically, I like the imagery from the video game "Flow", by That Game Company, and the jellyfish-like creatures in the video game "Children of Eden".
For information technology, I like logos with the circuit network theme (see uploaded images). This is an important idea because it encompass the tech devices (as in circuit boards), the Internet (as a web of connections), and systems biology (which can also be represented as a web of connections).
In the aforementioned video games, the creatures aren't meant to look like a specific real life creature, instead they are made to look ambiguous but unmistakably alive and organic, like either a creature from the deep sea or a microbe in a petri dish. The lines of the creatures are very simple and organic, almost like a cave painting. However, they are rendered in calming, pulsating, glowing neon colors, evoking the same kind of wonderment one would feel for a new Apple device presented by Steve Jobs. I really want to capture that in this logo.
I want to convey the image of "plugging" into a living organism monitor or hack the functioning of that organism. We are imagining a seamless blending of the living tentacles, the circuit network, and/or a "plug in" image like the USB symbol (uploaded). can be used to transitioned to this information technology theme, for example, with some becoming networking circuits, and/or one becoming a chord ending in a USB symbol (uploaded).
Lastly but importantly, I intend to use the content of this blog, along with my professional credibility as a statistician, data scientist, and start-up expert, to pitch a book concept to a publisher. This logo should align with the objective of establishing the credibility of the content and the professional behind it. (Though logo and concept imagery I uploaded does not necessarily reflect this objective).