Saturday, April 11, 2009

Black and White and Green All Over


There is a new font called ecofont that you can download and use that takes 20% less ink than regular fonts when printed. It's actually full of holes that apparently aren't visible at 12 pt type or smaller.

What will they think of next?

On this date: In 1970, Apollo 13 is launched to the moon.

5 comments:

Shelli said...

oh i hope it is invisible ink - how cool would that be?

Candace said...

How cool! I downloaded this. I wonder if my professor's will accept my papers in this font. They're pretty picky!

cynjay said...

Shelli - my entire new MS is written in invisible ink! I'm thinking NYT Bestseller...

Candace, let me know if it works for you. I know how fussy they can be, but play the "green" card!

Candace said...

I printed an assignment today and it looks pretty good- I found that size 10 works pretty well and it's about the same as Times size 12.

cynjay said...

Totally cool Candace - you're on the cutting edge. I'm glad it works (and hope your professors don't notice).