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On snot and fonts

On snot and fonts
Africa: ⦿ Africa ⦿ Berber ⦿ Coptic ⦿ Egypt ⦿ Hieroglyphics ⦿ Mauritius ⦿ Morocco ⦿ Other ⦿ South-Africa ⦿ Tunisia Oceania: ⦿ Australia ⦿ Maori ⦿ New Caledonia ⦿ New Zealand ⦿ Rongo Rongo Europe + the old USSR: ⦿ Albania ⦿ Austria ⦿ Basque ⦿ Belarus ⦿ Belgium ⦿ Bosnia ⦿ Bulgaria ⦿ Catalunya ⦿ Celtic/Gaelic ⦿ Croatia ⦿ Cyprus ⦿ Cyrillic ⦿ Czechia ⦿ Denmark ⦿ Eastern European ⦿ Esperanto ⦿ Estonia ⦿ Finland ⦿ France ⦿ Georgian ⦿ Germany ⦿ Greece ⦿ Greek ⦿ Hungary ⦿ Iceland ⦿ Ireland ⦿ Italy ⦿ Kazakhstan ⦿ Kosovo ⦿ Kyrgyzstan ⦿ Latvia ⦿ Liechtenstein ⦿ Lithuania ⦿ Luxemburg ⦿ Macedonia ⦿ Malta ⦿ Moldova ⦿ Montenegro ⦿ The Netherlands ⦿ Northern Ireland ⦿ Norway ⦿ Ogham ⦿ Old Italic ⦿ Poland ⦿ Portugal ⦿ Romania ⦿ Russia ⦿ Scotland ⦿ Serbia ⦿ Slovakia ⦿ Slovenia ⦿ Spain ⦿ Sweden ⦿ Switzerland ⦿ Turkey ⦿ United Kingdom ⦿ Ukraine ⦿ Uzbekistan ⦿ Wales Far East: ⦿ China ⦿ Hong-Kong ⦿ Japan ⦿ Korean/Hangul/Chosongul ⦿ Macao ⦿ Mongolia ⦿ North Korea ⦿ South Korea ⦿ Taiwan

Nick Sherman > Senior Degree Project > Ideation Long before the semester even started, I began thinking and writing about what exactly it was that I wanted to do. The first thing I decided to do was make a long list of all the topics I was heavily interested in—or at least enough to be happy spending a semester focusing on. Right from this point I became quite excited about this whole degree project thing. I love to go into ridiculous levels of detail with research and development, and that is something you rarely ever get an opportunity to do. So, I compiled a list of 30–35 topics which I could imagine holding my attention for a whole semester. From there, I took a step back broke the list down into 2 categories: the ideas that were based basically on research, and the others that already hinted towards a deeper analysis and need for problem solving. Ideas that would be mostly research-oriented (but could grow) Ideas that move beyond research (analysis, problem solving, etc): So I was able to settle on the general topic. 1. 3. Continue…

Free fonts download 30 Very Hot Premium Fonts For Designers Even though these fonts are not free, they are extremely affordable, very well made and you can see the attention to details and to perfection on each font. Even these demo images are little pieces of art, so you can image how awesome your project will look if you use one of these typefaces. So, check them out and maybe you’ll find something useful in these 30 premium fonts. Mishka Mishka is a classy upright script, closely related to Emil Bertell’s recent releases. Populaire Populaire is a hand-drawn font that mimics true handcrafted lettering. Gelato Script Gelato Script is a smooth-flowing typeface with an air of familiarity. PF Din Text Pro The DIN Text series was based on the original standards but was completely redesigned to fit typographic requirements and includes condensed and compressed versions. Centrale Sans Centrale Sans is a modern sans serif typeface. Mr Moustache Pluto Italics Burgues Script Carolyna Emily Lime Polyspring Dynascript Typography enters the Space Age! Seaside Fatta Sone

Writing a Book - The 5 Step Method Writing a novel is never exactly easy. No matter how you approach it, a great deal of time and commitment is required. Nevertheless, seeing a book through to completion need not be a grueling, laborious task. If you approach the process with a thought-out plan it, it can actually be enjoyable. When I began writing my first book a decade ago, I was overwhelmed. This principle applies to any mammoth task, including writing a novel. 1. Although this is the shortest step, it is also the most crucial. Example: An inexperienced Hobbit inherits a magic ring, and must journey to a far away land to destroy it. Having a specific, defined focus for your book is vital to its success. 2. Now that you’ve clarified what your book is about, it’s time to expand your story and its characters. A good synopsis will cover the main elements of your plot, beat by beat, and will offer insights into your characters and their motivations. 3. There are differing opinions concerning outlining. 4. 5. Growing Together

, , | i-Type.ru Home of the Universal Font Classification System With so many fonts available on the market today, a simple alphabetical font list can't do the job and font vendors have accordingly devised a variety of ways to help users find the font they are looking for, leveraging the accessibility and power of the Web. Different tools are available, suitable to the offering of the vendor and the user's level of expertise. Such tools typically include these kinds of font classifications: style, letter shape, keywords, designer, foundry, usage and category. Identifont Identifont is an independently-run site that leads you through an easy-to-answer set of questions relative to font shape characteristics, in order to propose a list of fonts matching your responses, based on a "proprietary expert system". TypeNavigator Describing itself as "the world's first interactive visual font search system" FontNavigator seeks to ease the font selection process, which "normally requires laborious searching through specimen books and Web sites". FontExplorer

Free Fonts search and download Vitaly Friedman's Notebook: 25 Best Free Quality Fonts 25 Best Free Quality Fonts » Oct 15, 01:00 AM Recently I’ve been browsing through the Net searching for the best license-free fonts which would fit as a serious heading for a serious online-presentation. Fortunately, I wasn’t the first web-developer, who was trying to find such fonts. One of the best resources I’ve found was Gerrit van Aaken’s essays collection “Freie Schriften im Portrait” (free fonts in a portrait) in German language. So I’ve decided to create the Top 20 Best Free Quality Fonts, which are likely to be used rather for official, serious presentations (such as business sites) than a colourful teenager’s homepage. Most fonts presented below are absolutely license-free which means that you can use them for both private, personal and commercial purposes without any limitations whatsoever. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let me know (or just comment on this article). Update: Delicious and Fontin. Update (04.03.2005): NeueSans was added. 0.2 Fontin: Description

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