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Welcome - the "Four Seasons" by Vivaldi

Since this is my first post on this website, I would like to share with you with something really unique, and beautiful in my humble opinion, it's also a subtle reference to this promising social site.

Enjoy :-)

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tdjmd on Sunday, 29 December 2013 04:17

That video is on my phone as one of my favourites and of course, I related this set of violin concertos to this website as soon as I knew it; however, I've haven't the slightest idea why they've chosen that particular name.

Anyway.. Thank for sharing, l33t4opera (up)

That video is on my phone as one of my favourites and of course, I related this set of violin concertos to this website as soon as I knew it; however, I've haven't the slightest idea why they've chosen that particular name. Anyway.. Thank for sharing, [b]l33t4opera[/b] (up)
Haneul on Tuesday, 31 December 2013 06:32

one of the best music that I've ever heard:)

one of the best music that I've ever heard:)
pakobel on Thursday, 05 February 2015 08:46

Just posted this on tiki's blog:

I hope you and others will find something meaningful and some good friends here. And I hope the Vivaldi Browser will stay true to its namesake. Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons and the sonnets that describe them. They came from his honest feelings, RIP.

Developers, It's time to shed the geekish immaturity. Develop something beautiful, with artistic sensibilities.

Please change the icon. How about a tilted 'V' with a tilde '~' going from one tip to the other? Like a harp.

Please emulate Antonio Vivaldi. That would be wonderful.

Just posted this on tiki's blog: I hope you and others will find something meaningful and some good friends here. And I hope the Vivaldi Browser will stay true to its namesake. Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons and the sonnets that describe them. They came from his honest feelings, RIP. Developers, It's time to shed the geekish immaturity. Develop something beautiful, with artistic sensibilities. Please change the icon. How about a tilted 'V' with a tilde '~' going from one tip to the other? Like a harp. Please emulate Antonio Vivaldi. That would be wonderful.
STannerUX on Friday, 29 May 2015 05:58

FYI, Flat Design (the type of design Vivaldi's Designers - not Developers - are using) is the latest trend in Web Design. The idea is to simplify designs. I'm not sure what you mean by they need to create 'something beautiful, with artistic sensibilities', as they've already done so. Also, I can't think of any company that has changed its icon so soon after starting up. The idea is to make a brand recognizable, not to constantly change brand elements like icons. Even Pepsi doesn't change that often. And emulating Antonio Vivaldi? 'Emulate' too much and it's called copyright infringement.

I don't mean to burst your bubble, but that's just the way business and design work.

FYI, Flat Design (the type of design Vivaldi's Designers - not Developers - are using) is the latest trend in Web Design. The idea is to simplify designs. I'm not sure what you mean by they need to create 'something beautiful, with artistic sensibilities', as they've already done so. Also, I can't think of any company that has changed its icon so soon after starting up. The idea is to make a brand recognizable, not to constantly change brand elements like icons. Even Pepsi doesn't change that often. And emulating Antonio Vivaldi? 'Emulate' too much and it's called copyright infringement. I don't mean to burst your bubble, but that's just the way business and design work.
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