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Archive for category: Typography

   (2018.05.01)

For the love of God, yes, you can begin a sentence with a number

   (2018.04.28)

Tom Phinney is the Font Detective

   (2018.01.11)

Vox Day (no relation) knows nothing about legible typography, as his new comic Quantum Mortis proves. (Even the title is impossible to get right)

   (2017.12.29)

Billy Hayes’ Insomniac City: New York, Oliver, and Me; Douglas Thomas’ Never Use Futura

   (2017.08.18)

Eric Kandel brilliantly explains how we see first, then perceive texture second. This explains why I like a lot of things I like, but nobody’s really taking me up on that knowledge, are they, now

   (2017.06.27)

Postings domiciled here in anticipation of the day they disappear from TypeDrawers

   (2016.12.30)

Is runic “type” a dogwhistle just for pagans, or for white-supremacist pagans? (The former)

   (2016.11.07)

I gave a presentation on TTC typography to a group of aging computer scientists and mathematical typesetters. Then I toured them through the subway. And they loved me

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