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pindaro's picture
pindaro
Activity Score 524

In this business, the way you say something is as important as the message you trying to say.

The graphic solution for this pieces implies a disdain of childish proportions towards historical situations (that in fact triggered other historical situations).

This is contradictory to a product that is (apparently) supposed to cherish the heritage of history.... by guarding it.

History in brief, should be more about telling a long story in short (length) rather than not telling the hole story. and the simplicity of those lines implies precisely that.

In any case, History in brief is a ..... site? ....a book? .....a TV show? and is supposed to be good because.... doesn't bother in explaining who kennedy was or what he did?

Minimum's picture
Minimum
Activity Score 1490

oooeeh simple

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...and let the poets cry themselves to sleep. And all their tearfull words would turn back into steam

MCP's picture
MCP
Activity Score 231

oooeh not too great either

pindaro's picture
pindaro
Activity Score 524

doesn't this campaing diminishes history instead of embracing it? considering of-course that history in brief does not mean that history it's simple.

A. J. SMITH's picture
A. J. SMITH
Activity Score 2824

I agree, actually.

They belittle events such as kennedy assassination and 9/11 a little by making it brief.

Its as if they said, 'and two planes flew into some buildings, lots of people died, er, flames, war etc. etc., anyway moving on.'

A bit shallow

copycomoelcopi's picture
copycomoelcopi
Activity Score 822

I disagree. the history, as people often study it, is a bunch of facts. I guess, HistoryFiles just delivers the highlights of every event.
and you, only pointing kennedy and the twin towers, are actually diminishing(?) the other historical events… where r u from? ;)

A. J. SMITH's picture
A. J. SMITH
Activity Score 2824

No I wasn't diminishing the others, I just didn't know what they were (which I am guessing is why you wantto know where I am from)

Not that it is relevant in anyway, but I am from Scotland.

And as you say, 'delivers the highlights' of each event, it makes it sounds like a top ten; cheapens it.

teenie's picture
teenie
Activity Score 1894

If an event was so big and so memorable that a few sqiggles on a piece of paper is recognized by everyone, doesn't that honour the moment? The 9-11 one did catch me off guard, but it evokes memories and the emotions that go with them. Isn't that what ads are supposed to do...? Serious question.

pindaro's picture
pindaro
Activity Score 524

In this business, the way you say something is as important as the message you trying to say.

The graphic solution for this pieces implies a disdain of childish proportions towards historical situations (that in fact triggered other historical situations).

This is contradictory to a product that is (apparently) supposed to cherish the heritage of history.... by guarding it.

History in brief, should be more about telling a long story in short (length) rather than not telling the hole story. and the simplicity of those lines implies precisely that.

In any case, History in brief is a ..... site? ....a book? .....a TV show? and is supposed to be good because.... doesn't bother in explaining who kennedy was or what he did?

Punker's picture
Punker
Activity Score 84

HIstory in brief okay - but these look like kids' drawings

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