ashkelon at gmail.com
Sat Dec 18 13:17:53 EST 2010
Oddly, and possibly because of my autism, the less "dense" fonts, with
clean, unembellished lines make for easier reading where I'm concerned.
I realize I'm not everyone, but I do have a problem with Times New Roman and
other "gothic" font (especially on smaller displays) turning into a black
I much prefer comic sans, or Calibiri for instance, but preferably in bold.
Thinner, more discrete lines at higher saturation work best for me on
smallish, as well as larger displays.
The Masters don't give orders;
they work with everybody else.
When the job's done,
people are amazed
at what they accomplished.
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