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<<Seriously, to get this on topic...it is an established fact that the
population, in general, is getting older on average. How many people are
taking that into considerations when choosing font faces, sizes, colors,
That ol' "walk a mile in my shoes" thing hits us like a huge epiphany
sometimes, doesn't it? I've always had great eyesight, but turning 40 did
that in. I am consoling myself that I have gained massive experience that
allows me insight to our audiences no "youngster" could have.
At the same time, I've learned to surround myself with younger and sharper
people. They teach me, they keep me on my toes. There's plenty of room for
us "oldies," but we are reminded that time and technology stands still for
no one. :)
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