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July 15, 2009



Great quote on the second video:

"Helvetica: the one typeface designed to show no feelings..."

That's the same way I feel about Arial.


>"Helvetica: the one typeface designed to show no feelings..."

I love Helvetica. Arial is a rip-off of Helvetica. Arial must never be used by anyone...ever in a presentation visual.


Love these videos! I've seen the remix at Eric Spiekermann's blog before, but after watching the original version it makes even more sense. Thank you for putting those together!

Best wishes,


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