Okay, I feel so stupid

KingNothing

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Theoretically it should just be AOT, but ATOT sounds good because it's more symmetric and rhythmical.
 

minendo

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Originally posted by: KingNothing
Theoretically it should just be AOT, but ATOT sounds good because it's more symmetric and rhythmical.
Why should it be Anand Off Topic?

 

CPA

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Here's a question:

Do you pronounce ATOT with a long A sound or a short A sound?
 

KingNothing

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Originally posted by: minendo
Originally posted by: KingNothing
Theoretically it should just be AOT, but ATOT sounds good because it's more symmetric and rhythmical.
Why should it be Anand Off Topic?

Anandtech is one word. It may be a combination of two words, but it's still one word.
 

Electric Amish

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Originally posted by: KingNothing
Originally posted by: minendo
Originally posted by: KingNothing
Theoretically it should just be AOT, but ATOT sounds good because it's more symmetric and rhythmical.
Why should it be Anand Off Topic?

Anandtech is one word. It may be a combination of two words, but it's still one word.

Yeah, but right or wrong Anandtech is referred to as AT.

amish
 

minendo

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Originally posted by: KingNothing
Anandtech is one word. It may be a combination of two words, but it's still one word.
So I should tell everyone that I browse A? Notice the logo at the top: AnandTech.

 

stebesplace

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I am sure if you want to be ub3r tech about it. . .


AnandTech is really An and Tech w/kerning

-stebe
 

stebesplace

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Lucky Guess?

I am not saying that is how it is for sure, but logically, to be 'unique' so as others do not copy the name logo, using that 'A' as well as the word and and tech, with select kerning, makes for a unique name logotype.

-Steve
 

bunker

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stebe....you're a little off. The owner of the site's name is Anand. Hence AnandTech. No kerning involved here chief.