From: Rich Johnson (rjohnson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-23 21:02:45
On Tuesday, November 23, 2004, at 06:25 PM, Peter Petrov wrote:
> I don't think a rocket would be the most suitable symbol for Boost. To
> me it communicates ideas like "flight" and "space", which obviously
> don't fit very well.
> IMO, a much better variant would be a thunderbolt. It is commonly
> associated with "power" and "energy", exactly in the spirit of the
Yeah, but thunderbolts, tornados, meteors, tsunamis, etc. are also
associated with _raw_ power and destruction.
Rockets also represent 'the final frontier', high-tech engineering.
Besides, designing a package solid enough to pass the boost review
process _is_ rocket science :-)
A construction crane might makea good metaphor--solid and work-a-day,
but also staid.
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