Tuesday, February 03, 2004


The US State Department will now be using a new font -- Times New Roman 14 (via the Australian Broadcasting Corporation):
There are only three exceptions to the draconian new typographical rules: telegrams, treaty materials prepared by the State Department's legal affairs office and documents drawn up for the president's signature, it said.
The new font will replace Courier New 12.

Jonah Goldberg at National Review Online opines: "Good for the State Department. I hope Osama Bin Laden is paying attention."

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