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Re: t-shirt humble opinion

From: NJ Rogers, Learning and Research Technology <Nikki.Rogers@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:54:53 -0000
To: Max Froumentin <mf@w3.org>, public-esw@w3.org
Message-ID: <931738218.1071053692@ilrt-haako.ilrt.bris.ac.uk>

Hi

> Hi,
>
> I agree that the brains are a bit yucky and I think that a more
> cartoonish style would work better (e.g. [1]), in particular would fit
> the humour of the overall design better, and would match the "thought
> bubbles".
>
+1

> The swooshy lines and the growing size of the brains as the sentence
> is spelled out makes it seem that it's a single brain making its way
> away from the t-shirt. Is this intended?
>
I reckon it's a metaphor - in the other direction. i.e. the growth of 
intelligence on the web is coming closer to us!


> I like the women's t-shirt colour better, except that it makes the
> brains less visible.

Ah, but you see, women's brains ARE less visible ;-)

Nikki


 Would it be too expensive to have more colours
> for the brains?
>
> The French is wrong (unsurprising since Libby tells me it's out of
> babelfish). Better is:
>
> Et tout ce qu'on a eu c'est ce T-shirt stupide
>
> And it just stroke it now that that sentence is the continuation of
> the front sentence. Perhaps a pair of "..." on each part would make it
> clearer.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Max.
>
> [1] http://www.turboread.com/images/brain.gif
>
>



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