Putting off what could be done tomorrow, today
For Christmas I got a Dilbert day-by-day calendar. It has pride of place on my work desk. Topper is my new favourite character. I think we’ve all met him at some point in our lives.
That’s nothing. When I worked in mental health, I served as a moderator for various group therapy sessions. The sessions usually devolved into bragging contests about who got into the most trouble because of their drinking. One of the meetings turned to the subject of how little love they got as children. One guy cut off the conversation and said, “You think you had it bad? The only hugs I got as a kid were when my dad was using me as a human shield!”
I like the new fonts, by the way. Classy.
Pretty, aren’t they? I am worried that they might not be that readable, but oh well.
And great “That’s nothing!” story. I laughed until I felt a little bad for laughing!
Typekit has a feature that lets you check how the fonts look in different browsers. For some reason, it seems they’re usually lightest in Google Chrome. If you can get a font that looks good in Chrome, you’re covered. (I use Chrome, and your fonts pass muster.)
Thanks for the tip and the font-reassurance. Typekit is a great little tool, but it makes my head hurt sometimes. Still, as it is free, I really shouldn’t complain.