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(March 2010)

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chris_rgu STV North Reporting Scotland
JCB posted:
But it keeps it nicely, alined to the rest of BBC News.


But why does everything have to be "allined"? It just makes everything look bland. I prefered the day's when everything had it's own individual identety.


So that the brand is easily recognised and so that consitency can be achieved which looks it more professional.
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
Jonny posted:
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Reminds me of something, anyone remember these titles?!

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Ah, I simaralised it with the previous Jeff Randell Live titles, where the light blue flew around buildings all around London.
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GS
Gavin Scott Founding member STV Central Reporting Scotland
I simaralised it with...


"Likened it to", surely?
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
I simaralised it with...


"Likened it to", surely?


Likened it to then, it seems the same both ways.
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GS
Gavin Scott Founding member STV Central Reporting Scotland
Likened it to then, it seems the same both ways.


I totally agree, even though one contains a word you invented.

Perhaps I should have said "kudos".
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
Likened it to then, it seems the same both ways.


I totally agree, even though one contains a word you invented.

Perhaps I should have said "kudos".


Simaralised is not a word then? My spell checker did not complain about it originally, but does now. I shall add it too the Oxford English Dictionary.

EDIT: Added to a Dictionary

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Last edited by Critique on 23 March 2010 9:34pm - 2 times in total
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ashley b Founding member Granada North West Today
Why've you put it in the middle of the e's? No one will find it if they try and look it up.
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Nicky (previously BBCNicky) Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Likened it to then, it seems the same both ways.


I totally agree, even though one contains a word you invented.

Perhaps I should have said "kudos".


Simaralised is not a word then? My spell checker did not complain about it originally, but does now. I shall add it too the Oxford English Dictionary.

EDIT: Added to a Dictionary

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"Similarised" is a word but, no, "simaralised" isn't...
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bilky asko Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Likened it to then, it seems the same both ways.


I totally agree, even though one contains a word you invented.

Perhaps I should have said "kudos".


Simaralised is not a word then? My spell checker did not complain about it originally, but does now. I shall add it too the Oxford English Dictionary.

EDIT: Added to a Dictionary


"Similarised" is a word but, no, "simaralised" isn't...


However, "simaralised" seems to have never been said by anyone else: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=simaralised&hl=en&safe=off&client=opera&hs=55f&rls=en&filter=0

Much like "dephemerised".
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
Well, back onto topic then!
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Gavin Scott Founding member STV Central Reporting Scotland
Well, back onto topic then!


Do you have anything to add?
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
Well, back onto topic then!


Do you have anything to add?


No actually, so it's a rather inferior post.
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