From: Andrew C. West (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 28 2003 - 04:42:08 EDT
On Wed, 28 May 2003 00:20:38 +0200, "Philippe Verdy" wrote:
> I would have much prefered expressions like "smart with Unicode", or "The world
> speaks Unicode", or simply "this site speaks Unicode", or "Unicode feeds this
> site", or the small Unicode logo with the text "Best viewed by everyone", or
> "Unicode speaks your language"...
I agree with Philippe on this one. A sensible, and easily understandable, motto
like "The world speaks Unicode" would be much better. The word "savvy" just
sends a shiver of embarrasment down my spine. Not only is "savvy" not a word
that is probably high in the vocabulary list of non-English speakers, but I
don't think many native English speakers would ever use it by choice (maybe it's
just me, but I really loathe the word).
And for what its worth, the logos are definitely NOT snazzy (hmm, don't like
"snazzy" either, though I can't think of a better alternative).
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