Frank Murphy wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-04-07 at 11:28 +0000, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" wrote:
>> Frank Murphy wrote:
>>> At the moment can't see is a a bg\avatar\icon
>> Well it's not just a plain photo of a horse, but indeed nothing
>> but then again a snowman missing his carrot and stones or these that
>> were submitted here
>> http://www.isity.net/blog/?p=65 aren't that glamorous either...
> Personal Opinion Here:
> It's not about being glamorous or not,
> it's about filling a twofold need.
> 1: It's a statement, "This is fedora"
No. We are talking about avatars, the statement told by an avatar is
"this is *me*". Avatars represent people and they should fit a number of
> 2: Give users an artistic experience, with provisos.
> a) It doesn't distract them
> b) They understand it, without the need for a written explanation.
Nope. An avatar is supposed to stand-out, to help you recognize your
personality from a bung of people (your login in the face browser, your
account in the user switcher, etc.)
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