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Subject:read the manual pictograph From:Bill Swallow <bill_swallow -at- ROCKETMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 26 Feb 1999 07:10:49 -0800
Well, seeing as letters are merely graphical interpretations of
language building blocks anyway, I vote for "RTFM" in big red letters
on the packaging. ;-)
Else why not use the adopted Help symbol (book with '?' on it) or
perhaps a pictograph illustrating the interaction between product and
Man, I'm swarming with ideas. Too bad I'm in the middle of publishing
right now. If I have time I'll create a few pics and post the URL
where you all can see them (perhaps even a voting form? -- Bill you're
too ambitious for your busy lifestyle).