There’s all the sneer and offhand dismissal you’d expect from Gerry Leonidas in his essay on what he’s learned as a typeface-design instructor. Then there’s this:

To paraphrase Goudy, the problem is not… that the old-timers stole all the best ideas, but that the old ideas are in danger of being rediscovered from scratch. (Just look at the Web designers rediscovering the basic principles of text typography and information design, as if these were newly-found disciplines.)

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