Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
Señor Grumblecakes

I think mgrasso mentioned something about this recently, I'm not sure, but Slate has an interesting thing about Helvetica, and, also, an informal survey of various authors and their favorite fonts - interestinly enough, most of them use Courier/Courier New. Here at my job, everything is done either in Times or Arial; at home, I write my lyrics and/or aborted attempts at longer prose in Garamond, Palatino or Book Antiqua. So, then, what do you use? Or do you care, one way or the other?

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