Monday, 2 December 2013

The History of Typography

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  1. Too bad I have an audio bug on my laptop. This looks like a fun thing to watch!

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  2. What can I say? I'm sure it will still be on YouTube when your bug is fixed.

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  3. This is wonderful, Rob. It is so great to connect the designers and the sequence of development of many of those font names we see when we scroll down lists. Thanks for the post!

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  4. Oh. My. Gosh! Thank you so much, Rob, for posting this. I'll be sharing it all over my web world. ;-D

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  5. While I have your attention––what do you know of the new Royal Epoch manual TW? I'd appreciate any words.

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    1. Sorry Donna, never heard of the Royal Epoch. Why not head over to The Typewriter Database or post a query on the Facebook group?

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  6. Thanks for sharing the video, Rob, I learned a lot. In a recent moment of weakness, I bought a copy of "The Typographic Book, 1450-1935." Such a thing of beauty.

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  7. Nice overview. I'm still pining away for the inky black typeface that is blackletter.

    Thanks for posting!

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