Re: The Next Big Thing in Online Type
Beginning in 2006, Microsoft says it will ship with its operating system and other software products six brand new typefaces created especially for extended on-screen reading.
While on-screen fonts are one of the few things that I'll admit that Microsoft does right, unfortunately, new fonts are a band-aid solution for improving on-line. What is really needed is hardware development, to bring screen resolutions up to the level of the average printed book.
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