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Subject:Re: Typefaces From:Richard Irvine <ricirv -at- PANDANUS -dot- NTU -dot- EDU -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 5 Nov 1993 09:40:15 +0000
>I would be VERY interested in knowing whether there is any research
>(are you reading this, academic community?) on the readability of
There was a study done in Sydney in the mid 80's on exactly this subject. I
will try to find the details and see if I can post the results.
>I am currently having a very ladylike disagreement
non-sexist synonyms for "ladylike"
or does it mean that the knives are out and you are really get stuck into
:-)) ;-)) :-D and all other smileys that indicate that I am only joking and
please don't flame me.
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