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I bought a Shuffle recently and spent about 20 minutes
looking for the 11 character serial number. Finally
found it on the case for the software, but until I did
I thought i was going blind. even with the cheapy
readers I couldn't see a serial number on the device
itself. heck, it's a shuffle. the damn thing is
smaller than your finger.
But John brings up a very valid point. The company I
work for is comprised of mostly younger people, I
think the average age is mid-20s, so at 50 plus, i'm
older than most of their parents. I produce our
print-only documentation in 10 point, online docs in
12 point, and review copies for ME in 12 point. I
just can't work my eyes that hard anymore. Oh, and
almost everything we do, including our marketing
materials, is sans serif.
Anyone have any statistics on what's best for each
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