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Friday Frivolity – Font Conference

I kept seeing this Font Conference reference pop up over the past two weeks, and when I finally clicked on it – it was all worth it.

I enjoy a good font as much as the next person – but these folks take it to the next level. They really Lucida Bright my Calisto MT, you know what I Franklin Gothic Heavy? Okay, so maybe I’m not good at it, but if you’ve ever purposefully chosen anything other than Times New Roman, you’ll love this video.

Favorite quote: “Get with the Times, New Roman”

Second favorite quote: “I hate you so much.”

You can watch the original here, with credits and the awesome tagline: “This video wasn’t long enough, so we made it double-spaced.”

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  1. Okay so I’m falling in love with this the more I watch it. That and your blog has me hooked. Why? Because when I read it I can hear you talking in my head, and that’s funny.

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