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Incredibly useful: Resize multiple point sizes of text in Mac OS X by using mathematical equivalents http://cl.ly/5WIz (via @typographica)
Apparently this is how the Japanese do multiplication. I want to know why I wasn't taught this trick. http://t.co/K1ZJqUoG
#designers download these free fonts from @monotype, take those savings ($400) and license more type. http://cl.ly/NLKk
An excellent talk on [web] fonts by @h_fj — The goal is "not to replicate print… but provide tools of equal quality." http://t.co/z5oWcGdY
Love books. Hate moving books.
The Girl Scout catalogue created by Alvin & Elaine Lustig. http://t.co/2GeQSZfE #simple #typography #nonfussy
Anyone that was a designer in the 90s wanted access to Fuse magazine. Thanks to @taschenbooks we can have all 20. http://t.co/24XAoH8p
Possibly the funniest typographic t-shirt you can buy: "Leam to Kem" by @ableparris. Pre-order today! http://t.co/E6rkpG1Y
Using a laser to cut some wood type using @adobetype's Zebrawood. http://t.co/CfiTxpC4
A timeline tracking the history of font software — created by @pedamado. http://t.co/ICbSPC3m
The word multimedia is so 1990s, but this FF Mark specimen is incredibly multimedia and very much 21st century. http://www.ffmark.com #hot
This could prove to be very interesting. http://www.letteringvscalligraphy.com
Make a Font “Contact Sheet” using InDesign #superhandy http://cl.ly/KI3x
CMYK Embroidery http://t.co/p0UPMopk
The California Historical Society is on Flickr. Forms, handbills, photographs, and more. http://cl.ly/TNpQ
Kudos to @fontfont for leading the way by allowing designers to use fonts for comping purposes on the web! http://t.co/Jw0FhPn
Love looking at letterheads? Prepare to lose the rest of your day then. http://letterheads1960s.wordpress.com
Type Designers! Hallmark is looking to add another one of you to their stable. http://t.co/u3Zb3gD
"WIRED on iPad"—This just keeps getting more interesting. Article by @ia with comments from @h_fj and @khoi. http://j.mp/dBawGS
Another interesting thread from the @typophile archives: “Why is it called ‘Color’?” http://cl.ly/UdKG
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