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Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
you prefer the most? :) thanks a lot! I really appreciate it. Link is
at:
http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php

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Kentor wrote:
Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
you prefer the most?
http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php
You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics

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Feb 12 '07 #2

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Kentor wrote:
Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
you prefer the most? thanks a lot! I really appreciate it. Link is
at: http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php
Top one looks like the roof has blown off in a storm.

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Feb 12 '07 #3

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"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
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| Kentor wrote:
| Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
| you prefer the most?
| http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php
|
| You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics

lol.

so one must first be a member of alt.design.graphics in order to appreciate
asthetics. therefore, anyone lacking such senses yet wants to understand
what makes up 'purdy', should add that ng to their new reader immediately!

as for kentor, he's the biggest waste of ng space as i've ever seen. he
should download the fucking manual already or hire someone. at least he's
realized this; although in leu of payment, he's only begging for free help
right now...oh, and, he'll give you a nod on 'his' website that *you* design
and program for him.

lol again, though, at your suggestion bergamot. ;^)
Feb 12 '07 #4

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Steve wrote:
"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| Kentor wrote:
| Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
| you prefer the most?
| http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php
|
| You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics

so one must first be a member of alt.design.graphics in order to appreciate
asthetics.
It's got nothing to do with aesthetics.

The regulars in alt.design.graphics will give a different perspective on
the query, such as the appropriateness of the particular graphic design
for the intended purpose, or how it suits the particular business.
therefore, anyone lacking such senses yet wants to understand
what makes up 'purdy', should add that ng to their new reader immediately!
Um, asking a bunch of geeks which picture they like better is pretty
worthless. Ask some designers who do these things for a living and
you'll get more useful input.

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Feb 13 '07 #5

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Message-ID: <53*************@mid.individual.netfrom Bergamot contained
the following:
>Um, asking a bunch of geeks which picture they like better is pretty
worthless. Ask some designers who do these things for a living and
you'll get more useful input.
Not if he just wants gut reaction and not analysis. But the best people
to ask would be the target audience
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Feb 13 '07 #6

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Geoff Berrow wrote:
>
But the best people to ask would be the target audience
That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups out,
I think.

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Feb 13 '07 #7

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"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| Geoff Berrow wrote:
| >
| But the best people to ask would be the target audience
|
| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups out,
| I think.

well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
Feb 13 '07 #8

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| | You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics
| >
| so one must first be a member of alt.design.graphics in order to
appreciate
| asthetics.
|
| It's got nothing to do with aesthetics.
|
| The regulars in alt.design.graphics will give a different perspective on
| the query, such as the appropriateness of the particular graphic design
| for the intended purpose, or how it suits the particular business.

now THAT is funny. you like building strawmen?

| therefore, anyone lacking such senses yet wants to understand
| what makes up 'purdy', should add that ng to their new reader
immediately!
|
| Um, asking a bunch of geeks which picture they like better is pretty
| worthless. Ask some designers who do these things for a living and
| you'll get more useful input.

i'm not a geek...unless everyone is a geek. i suppose, by your logic,
graphic artists cannot be geeks.

attention all non-graphical people...wait, we are *all* graphical and are
very visually particular. it is more *marketing* than profession that drives
decisions like this. *sales* persons will have a better grasp of what is
going to have the best impact on the audience...NOT the graphic artist -
*sales* tells the artist what they'd like to see. i've not only created
graphics for sites, but i've called the shots as to what professional
graphics went into a site. that was how broad my umbrella has been as
project manager on several projects in the past.

finally, graphic artists are to 'appropriateness of the particular graphic
design for the intended purpose' as the software developer is to telling a
company what their business requirements are. neither drive business
decisions; they only facilitate. both the developer and the graphic artist,
in the end, are simply code-monkeys.
Feb 13 '07 #9

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Steve wrote:
"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| Geoff Berrow wrote:
| >
| But the best people to ask would be the target audience
|
| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups out,
| I think.

well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!

Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!

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Jonathan
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http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
Feb 13 '07 #10

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"Jonathan N. Little" <lw*****@centralva.netwrote in message
news:4a***************************@NAXS.COM...
| Steve wrote:
| "Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
| news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| | Geoff Berrow wrote:
| | >
| | But the best people to ask would be the target audience
| |
| | That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups
out,
| | I think.
| >
| well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
| bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
| >
| >
| Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!

;^)
Feb 13 '07 #11

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damn, if you don't feel like voting, then wtf do you comment, just
skip this post and go to the next one... A designer may say what looks
good or bad but if the rest of the people don't like it... then his
opinion is not very good... anyways thanks to those who voted and
didn't complain about a post that takes 5 seconds to read and another
10 to vote...

On Feb 12, 9:18 pm, "Steve" <no....@example.comwrote:
"Jonathan N. Little" <lws4...@centralva.netwrote in messagenews:4a***************************@NAXS.COM ...| Steve wrote:

| "Bergamot" <berga...@visi.comwrote in message
| >news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| | Geoff Berrow wrote:
| | >
| | But the best people to ask would be the target audience
| |
| | That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups
out,
| | I think.
| >
| well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
| bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
| >
| >
| Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!

;^)

Feb 13 '07 #12

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Kentor wrote:
damn, if you don't feel like voting, then wtf do you comment, just
skip this post and go to the next one... A designer may say what looks
good or bad but if the rest of the people don't like it... then his
opinion is not very good... anyways thanks to those who voted and
didn't complain about a post that takes 5 seconds to read and another
10 to vote...
Yea, and if everyone posted off-topic comments like yours this newsgroup
would become completely worthless.

This is a *PHP* newsgroup - not your free personal advisers. The same
with the html and javascript newsgroups you cross-posted to.

Stop wasting everyone's time and bandwidth.

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Feb 13 '07 #13

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Message-ID: <4a***************************@NAXS.COMfrom Jonathan N.
Little contained the following:
>| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups out,
| I think.

well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!

Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
And my degree in multidisciplinary design?

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Feb 13 '07 #14

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On Feb 12, 11:29 pm, "Kentor" <ken...@gmail.comwrote:
damn, if you don't feel like voting, then wtf do you comment, just
skip this post and go to the next one... A designer may say what looks
good or bad but if the rest of the people don't like it... then his
opinion is not very good... anyways thanks to those who voted and
didn't complain about a post that takes 5 seconds to read and another
10 to vote...
Welcome to alt.html....

Feb 13 '07 #15

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"Geoff Berrow" <bl******@ckdog.co.ukwrote in message
news:14********************************@4ax.com...
| Message-ID: <4a***************************@NAXS.COMfrom Jonathan N.
| Little contained the following:
|
| >| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups
out,
| >| I think.
| >>
| >well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
| >bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
| >>
| >>
| >Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
|
| And my degree in multidisciplinary design?

roflmfao. i guess that's a more direct statement than my smily face
response. mine is a bit more specific than fine arts. as far as i know
anyway, one attends a fine arts school...however, i've never known of a
major of, nor conference of, 'fine arts'.

as for all my blathering, it is more in protest to some jerk-off saying that
developers (or any non-graphical artist) cannot discern what is
aesthetically pleasing and aligned with the image of a business...even
though the hoser...errr...poster *should* quit cross-posting in hopes of
getting a response. the suggestion to ask alt.graphics.design, minus the
inflamation, was valid.

cheers.
Feb 13 '07 #16

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"Kentor" <ke****@gmail.comwrote in message
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| damn, if you don't feel like voting, then wtf do you comment, just
| skip this post and go to the next one... A designer may say what looks
| good or bad but if the rest of the people don't like it... then his
| opinion is not very good... anyways thanks to those who voted and
| didn't complain about a post that takes 5 seconds to read and another
| 10 to vote...

you top-posting monkey!

if you had any kind of reading comprehension, you'd know that the drift of
what i'm balking about has NOTHING to do with you but EVERYTHING to do with
the dumbass comment about geeks and other non-graphic artists being able to
understand aesthetics and what business image alignment is.

as for you...you post nearly one question per day in alt.php (and have done
so for the past year at least) that is COMPLETELY covered in TFM. i think
we're a little frustrated with you - i, for one, am. and though highly
lacking in professionalism, your begging for someone to program your site
for you is perhaps the best indication that you are giving up the ghost of
programming...yeah! you should however, offer to COMPENSATE said person(s)
for their time and generousity.

as for the 'wtf do you comment'...well, i've had enough of your
bullshit...sometimes, i'll vent on the source. you can circumvent that
occasion by not being an idiot. then, we'll all be happy.

ok, dumpl'n?
Feb 13 '07 #17

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"Kentor" <ke****@gmail.comwrote in message
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| Hello, could you guys please take a look at 4 logos and choose the one
| you prefer the most? :) thanks a lot! I really appreciate it. Link is
| at:
| http://www.rent-index.com/survey/vote.php

i like NONE of them.

as for your programming, it is not the best idea to have seperate html pages
for each of your locations like montana or nova scotia. however, that's not
fatal. what is PISS POOR programming is going to the sign up page and seeing
'enter user name' in red when all i did was navigate to another tab...i
NEVER submitted anything for you to validate!!! ever hear of a form's
onsubmit event?

jesus christ! get some help.
Feb 13 '07 #18

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Steve wrote:
"Geoff Berrow" <bl******@ckdog.co.ukwrote in message
news:14********************************@4ax.com...
| Message-ID: <4a***************************@NAXS.COMfrom Jonathan N.
| Little contained the following:
|
| >| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups
out,
| >| I think.
| >>
| >well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not have
| >bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
| >>
| >>
| >Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
|
| And my degree in multidisciplinary design?

roflmfao. i guess that's a more direct statement than my smily face
response. mine is a bit more specific than fine arts. as far as i know
anyway, one attends a fine arts school...however, i've never known of a
major of, nor conference of, 'fine arts'.
What, am I understanding you correctly that there is no degree in Fine
Arts? I hope there is for the money I spent! ;-) It is a BFA, of course
we always a fun with substitution of the words in the initialism! One
can get a BFA in painting, drawing, printmaking... or in the
multidisciplinary area "General Fine Arts"...
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Feb 13 '07 #19

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Steve wrote:
>
i suppose, by your logic,
graphic artists cannot be geeks.
OK, poor choice of words on my part, but I'm not apologizing. And it
doesn't change the fact that the OP posted off-topic for php and JS
newsgroups. alt.design.graphics is still a more appropriate newsgroup
for his type of query.

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Feb 13 '07 #20

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Jonathan N. Little wrote:
>
Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
Fine arts and graphic arts are 2 different things.

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Feb 13 '07 #21

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"Jonathan N. Little" <lw*****@centralva.netwrote in message
news:83***************************@NAXS.COM...
| Steve wrote:
| "Geoff Berrow" <bl******@ckdog.co.ukwrote in message
| news:14********************************@4ax.com...
| | Message-ID: <4a***************************@NAXS.COMfrom Jonathan N.
| | Little contained the following:
| |
| | >| That probably still leaves the people frequenting these
newsgroups
| out,
| | >| I think.
| | >>
| | >well hell, there goes my degree in graphic design!!! fuck, i'd not
have
| | >bothered with it if i knew i'd end up a software developer!
| | >>
| | >>
| | >Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
| |
| | And my degree in multidisciplinary design?
| >
| roflmfao. i guess that's a more direct statement than my smily face
| response. mine is a bit more specific than fine arts. as far as i know
| anyway, one attends a fine arts school...however, i've never known of a
| major of, nor conference of, 'fine arts'.
| >
|
| What, am I understanding you correctly that there is no degree in Fine
| Arts? I hope there is for the money I spent! ;-) It is a BFA, of course
| we always a fun with substitution of the words in the initialism! One
| can get a BFA in painting, drawing, printmaking... or in the
| multidisciplinary area "General Fine Arts"...

and now i know. ;^)

cheers
Feb 13 '07 #22

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"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
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| Jonathan N. Little wrote:
| >
| Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
|
| Fine arts and graphic arts are 2 different things.

however both blow your theory that questions about aesthetics and marketing
are shots-in-the-dark in this news group...right out of the water. the other
oppinions you've expressed in this thread are equally ill-advised.
Feb 13 '07 #23

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"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
news:53*************@mid.individual.net...
| Steve wrote:
| >
| i suppose, by your logic,
| graphic artists cannot be geeks.
|
| OK, poor choice of words on my part, but I'm not apologizing. And it
| doesn't change the fact that the OP posted off-topic for php and JS
| newsgroups. alt.design.graphics is still a more appropriate newsgroup
| for his type of query.

i couldn't care less if you appologized or not. you should, however, pay
attention to what you say as more often than not, you make yourself seem
illogical and insulting. consider the difference between:

'alt.design.graphics is still a more appropriate newsgroup for this type of
query.'

versus:

'You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics'

the former is something of which i'm in complete agreement. the latter
suggestion is lost completely because one finds it hard to overlook the
first pompous assed comment to get to it. i would have let that go after my
first response to such an innane comment had your second remark not been
even more insulting:

'Um, asking a bunch of geeks which picture they like better is pretty
worthless.'

words mean something. make yours count as you intend them. so far, they've
only served in portraying you as an asshole - which i'm sure is not the
case.
Feb 13 '07 #24

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Steve wrote:
however, i've never known of a major of, nor conference of, 'fine arts'.
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/courses/ugstudies.html
http://www.leeds.ac.uk/fine_art/info/ugcs/bafa.html
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/art/BA.html
http://www.cofa.unsw.edu.au/futurest...gram_0001.html
etc, etc...

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Feb 13 '07 #25

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The bottom two are the best in my opinion. A suggestion though: on
the 3rd pic make the door of the house extend to the bottom of the
house, it looks weird otherwise. Also match the angle of the top of
the door with the angle of the bottom of the house.

Just my 2 pennies.

Feb 13 '07 #26

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Bergamot wrote:
Jonathan N. Little wrote:
>Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!

Fine arts and graphic arts are 2 different things.
Aesthetics are the same, just Graphic Artists focus on design for the
moment while Fine Artist focus on design for in perpetuity ;-)

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Jonathan
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http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
Feb 13 '07 #27

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On Feb 13, 10:43 am, "Steve" <no....@example.comwrote:
words mean something. make yours count as you intend them. so far, they've
only served in portraying you as an asshole - which i'm sure is not the
case.
Man you are WAY to serious about all this....
Feb 13 '07 #28

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"Jonathan N. Little" <lw*****@centralva.netwrote in message
news:66**************************@NAXS.COM...
| Bergamot wrote:
| Jonathan N. Little wrote:
| >Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
| >
| Fine arts and graphic arts are 2 different things.
| >
|
| Aesthetics are the same, just Graphic Artists focus on design for the
| moment while Fine Artist focus on design for in perpetuity ;-)

jonathan,

i think what bergamot was doing was projecting. what he really should have
said was, "i'm not a graphics guy and everyone else in alt.php is *just like
me*, so *we* haven't a clue...go try alt.graphics.design." so really, the
rest of his insults were more self-abasement. he doesn't get what aesthetics
are.

;^)
Feb 13 '07 #29

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"Travis Newbury" <Tr***********@hotmail.comwrote in message
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| On Feb 13, 10:43 am, "Steve" <no....@example.comwrote:
| words mean something. make yours count as you intend them. so far,
they've
| only served in portraying you as an asshole - which i'm sure is not the
| case.
|
| Man you are WAY to serious about all this....

no, just mildly irritated. you should see me get a bit more disjointed. ;^)
Feb 13 '07 #30

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Steve wrote:
"Jonathan N. Little" <lw*****@centralva.netwrote in message
news:66**************************@NAXS.COM...
| Bergamot wrote:
| Jonathan N. Little wrote:
| >Guess that blows my fine arts degree too!
| >
| Fine arts and graphic arts are 2 different things.
| >
|
| Aesthetics are the same, just Graphic Artists focus on design for the
| moment while Fine Artist focus on design for in perpetuity ;-)

jonathan,

i think what bergamot was doing was projecting. what he really should have
said was, "i'm not a graphics guy and everyone else in alt.php is *just like
me*, so *we* haven't a clue...go try alt.graphics.design." so really, the
rest of his insults were more self-abasement. he doesn't get what aesthetics
are.

;^)

I'm not really upset, just having fun! There is a long rivalry between
Fine Arts and Graphic Arts...

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Jonathan
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http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
Feb 13 '07 #31

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Steve wrote:
>
the rest of his insults
Do you have such a fragile ego that you were actually insulted by
anything I said? If so, I suggest developing a little thicker skin.

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Feb 13 '07 #32

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"Bergamot" <be******@visi.comwrote in message
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| Steve wrote:
| >
| the rest of his insults
|
| Do you have such a fragile ego that you were actually insulted by
| anything I said? If so, I suggest developing a little thicker skin.

psychology wasn't a field of your collegeate interest either, i see.
contrary to how you portray it, the more in touch one is with one's ego, the
more perceptible insults become. the ego is the assimilation of what is
deemed normanative (behaviour, believe systems, cultures, etc.). were my ego
fragile, you should expect to see over-reaction or irrational responses...to
just about every stimuli. as it is, i recognize what you've said as
insulting...and as a response, have merely pointed out to you what it is
that i see as the insult and caution you that, though it is really not a big
deal to me, your word choices are at the deep end of poor.

now had you more a sense of ego, you'd understand that you could be
perceived as being insulting. it is far worse to be absent mindedly
insulting than to have the intent coupled with delivery. had you more sense
of propriety, you'd actually care about being insulting: whether
deliberately or mistakenly.

as for your suggestions...do you really think i'd take anything you say
seriously? don't worry about my skin's thickness. pay more attention to the
silly things you say. i automatically start filtering bullshit when someone
starts shoveling it (ego at work, btw). so, i've not been but temporally and
casually engaged thus far anyway.
Feb 13 '07 #33

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In article <a0**************@newsfe06.lga>,
"Steve" <no****@example.comwrote:
as for all my blathering, it is more in protest to some jerk-off saying that
developers (or any non-graphical artist) cannot discern what is
aesthetically pleasing
If you look back, Bergamot just said, quite reasonably, that
"You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics" until
you came blundering in like a bull at a gate and caused all sorts
of reaction which you then fed off with your foul language,
offensive references and so on.

It was reasonable and mild and it was a remark which had a logic
sure to escape a tosser like you. It was about strengths and
weaknesses of various groups on certain topics, not about the
uselessness or supreme competence of these groups.

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Feb 13 '07 #34

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"dorayme" <do************@optusnet.com.auwrote in message
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| In article <a0**************@newsfe06.lga>,
| "Steve" <no****@example.comwrote:
|
| as for all my blathering, it is more in protest to some jerk-off saying
that
| developers (or any non-graphical artist) cannot discern what is
| aesthetically pleasing
|
| If you look back, Bergamot just said, quite reasonably, that
| "You're asking the wrong people. Try alt.design.graphics" until
| you came blundering in like a bull at a gate and caused all sorts
| of reaction which you then fed off with your foul language,
| offensive references and so on.

hmmm. i believe i only used the word 'bullshit'. as for offensive
references...what are they? i mean support yourself with a quote or
something. that would require you to read the thread - as you obviously
haven't.

| It was reasonable and mild and it was a remark which had a logic
| sure to escape a tosser like you. It was about strengths and
| weaknesses of various groups on certain topics, not about the
| uselessness or supreme competence of these groups.

and, i was 'mild' and quite 'reasonable' in my *joking* initial remark. i
only began charging 'in like a bull' on his response to the joke...the
offensive remark about geeks and uselessness. a 'tosser' like you, though,
probably didn't read the thread, otherwise you'd have seen the 'useless'
remark applied to alt.php in regards to graphics. that, or you just don't
comprehend english well.
Feb 13 '07 #35

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"ctiggerf" <ct******@gmail.comwrote in message
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The bottom two are the best in my opinion. A suggestion though: on
the 3rd pic make the door of the house extend to the bottom of the
house, it looks weird otherwise. Also match the angle of the top of
the door with the angle of the bottom of the house.
I liked the lower two best, myself, but I didn't vote for any of them
because I don't like any of them enough to encourage them to use it. None of
the structures depicted are particularly inviting; I wouldn't want to (rent
or) stay in any of them. ;-)

The roof is off-center on the two best ones, and the first one is having
trouble in these strong winds...

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Feb 13 '07 #36

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"ctiggerf" <ct******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@v45g2000cwv.googlegr oups.com...
The bottom two are the best in my opinion. A suggestion though: on
the 3rd pic make the door of the house extend to the bottom of the
house, it looks weird otherwise. Also match the angle of the top of
the door with the angle of the bottom of the house.
I liked the lower two best, myself, but I didn't vote for any of them
because I don't like any of them enough to encourage them to use it. None of
the structures depicted are particularly inviting; I wouldn't want to (rent
or) stay in any of them. ;-)

The roof is off-center on the two best ones, and the first one is having
trouble in these strong winds...

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Feb 13 '07 #37

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I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?

Feb 14 '07 #38

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dimo414 wrote:
I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?
You've obviously never been in a newsgroup where no one bitches about
this. Pretty soon there's so much garbage in the newsgroup you can't
find the good posts. And it effectively dies.

Try and find an on-topic post in alt.computer.consultants, for instance.
It used to be an excellent consulting group.

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Feb 14 '07 #39

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On Feb 13, 2:54 pm, "Steve" <no....@example.comwrote:
psychology wasn't... SNIP
ZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Feb 14 '07 #40

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In article
<11**********************@s48g2000cws.googlegroups .com>,
"dimo414" <di*****@gmail.comwrote:
I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?
What is worth what? Have you some system of values made in
heaven? This is what earthlings do. Please. No one much wants to
answer his survey, but they do want to play...

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Feb 14 '07 #41

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"dorayme" <do************@optusnet.com.auwrote in message
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| In article
| <11**********************@s48g2000cws.googlegroups .com>,
| "dimo414" <di*****@gmail.comwrote:
|
| I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
| his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
| alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?
|
| What is worth what? Have you some system of values made in
| heaven? This is what earthlings do. Please. No one much wants to
| answer his survey, but they do want to play...

;^)
Feb 14 '07 #42

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Haha this is really funny, I mean really funny. Steve you've obviously
become addicted to my post and you're obviously jealous of the number
of replies that I got on this thread.
If you don't like me so much, wtf are you wasting you're time
commenting on anything I'm doing? If anything, you should be ignoring
the post and move on with your life.
Life is much more than just google groups. At least for me it is. Have
a nice day, and if you've got something else to say, why don't you
email me.

On Feb 13, 10:30 am, Toby A Inkster <usenet200...@tobyinkster.co.uk>
wrote:
Steve wrote:
however, i've never known of a major of, nor conference of, 'fine arts'.

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/courses/u...grams/program_...
etc, etc...

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Feb 15 '07 #43

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On Feb 14, 3:19 am, "dimo414" <dimo...@gmail.comwrote:
I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?
I vote for worth it.

Feb 15 '07 #44

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"Kentor" <ke****@gmail.comwrote in message
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| Haha this is really funny, I mean really funny. Steve you've obviously
| become addicted to my post and you're obviously jealous of the number
| of replies that I got on this thread.
| If you don't like me so much, wtf are you wasting you're time
| commenting on anything I'm doing? If anything, you should be ignoring
| the post and move on with your life.
| Life is much more than just google groups. At least for me it is. Have
| a nice day, and if you've got something else to say, why don't you
| email me.

ROFLMFAO, dumbass.

if you haven't noticed, this whole thread is about 1% you and 99% about
someone else ENTIRELY. plus, there's no reason for anyone to ever be jealous
of you...unless people start giving merit to stupidity. further, if you
haven't noticed, only a few replies are to you.

as for my life, it is just fine. this has all been playful banter for me.
don't take things so seriously.

as for google groups, what a moron! don't project. if you can't tell the
difference between usenet and how google groups fits into the picture - much
less read my posts' headers to see i'm NOT googling - then you're daftness
has a scope that creeps further than just the realm of programming.

ahhh, well, thanks for the laugh.
Feb 15 '07 #45

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"Travis Newbury" <Tr***********@hotmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@v33g2000cwv.googlegr oups.com...
| On Feb 14, 3:19 am, "dimo414" <dimo...@gmail.comwrote:
| I can't belive you're all bitching about this. If you want to answer
| his survey, answer it. If not, let him post another message in
| alt.design.graphics. Is it really worth getting all worked up about?
|
| I vote for worth it.

;^)
Feb 15 '07 #46

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Bergamot wrote:
Geoff Berrow wrote:
>But the best people to ask would be the target audience

That probably still leaves the people frequenting these newsgroups out,
I think.
heh
Feb 16 '07 #47

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