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Reply February 27, 2012 at 9:30pm J. Fulton Balding, and I added a brand new meaning to a typo of one of the deads” words and acronyms that is popping up (and has been popping up) more often in media and print. This new meaning of “LRS” (Low Res Sequel) is used at least 20 times in the actual book and several times is included in the “Pooyan of Putty” as a bad joke. I hope that helps clear the record up a bit. It doesn’t necessarily mean we’re turning the other cheek…

Reply July 7, 2011 at 10:49am Now that is off subject.

Reply July 19, 2011 at 12:57pm APB12

Reply March 21, 2010 at 8:31pm Mike @ Ruby-Red82 wrote: “ Is there a good reason why the Arial Black looks so light? I’ve never seen a black font look so light. This is Fontographer’s rendering of Arial Black.” I have never had any problem seeing Arial Black. However, I do believe that it is a common problem with most Apple products. I believe that the font is properly size optimized and is used in the grey, green, dark blue, and turquoise window backgrounds on the home screen. I am a Windows “power user” and never use Apple OS.                        Â