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Jason Santa Maria
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“The answer is yes. I am a strong supporter of Net neutrality.”…
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Pacific Time zone folks: @abookapart is looking to hire a Customer Advocate. Great little side gig:…
“The strength of our collaborations just might be the most essential part of every endeavor we take on.” —@Mr0grog:
Smart and timely thoughts from @aworkinglibrary on what GitHub could have done this week:…
Argh to finding real messages in the spam folder.
I’ve really been enjoying @Tobias_FJ’s blog. Latest post is on the lettering of US pennies:…
Mr. @bearskinrug dyeing Easter eggs of me and therobweychert.
Or perhaps Apple already has and they are still in the works because typefaces take a lot of time.
Also, kind of amazed with Apple’s coffers and love for proprietary stuff that they haven’t just commissioned unique typefaces by now.
Hoping against hope that @chockenberry’s prediction of Helvetica Neue as system font for the next Mac OS is wrong :(…
“Defending a position by citing free speech is the ultimate concession.”
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The audiobook of Design Is a Job is unabridged, because all of the abridges have been burnt.…
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A New York truism I’ve learned many times:
@jasonsantamaria @Cennydd Lovely bit of writing. One bit reminded me of something I read many years ago:
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“Ideas aren’t to be trusted. They need to be wrung dry, ripped apart.” My new piece for A List Apart:…
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The microsite The Awl made for an oral history of Adventure Time is lumpin’ awesome:
Just fact checking the observable universe in the context of Powers of Ten for my book on typography. So:
Typekit Practice is a collection of resources and a place to try things, hone your skills, and stay sharp. Love this:
The latest installment of the @IssuesShow podcast covers The Tick and is therefore awesome.