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Frank Talks Fonts with Facebook, Kindle, and Einstein

Published on August 28, 2015

Frank talks about the new Facebook logo, the new font for Kindle readers, and a font of Einstein’s handwriting that allows you to write like a genius. Thinking like a genius is something different.

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By Donald Goldman on Aug 28, 2015

You did not mention "cockroach" typography which is all lower case used mostly by those people who do not want to take the time to press the shift key. Perhaps punctuation is next to go.

 

By John Clifford on Aug 28, 2015

That should be FEWER stairs. Less is singular, stairs is plural and requires the plural fewer. One of my "soapbox" grammar issues. The misuse is now completely pervasive as we see newscaster talking about less people, less laws, less brown (oh, sorry, a pun snuck into here, but only for those over about 50).

 

By Michael Jahn on Sep 01, 2015

Speaking of fonts - what do you think about this ?

https://indesignsecrets.com/adobe-drops-fonts-leaves-users-stranded.php

 

By Frank Romano on Sep 01, 2015

Adobe sucks

Quote me

 

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