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Teen to government: Change your typeface, save millions

28 MAR 2014


We love this CNN report about a teenager from Pittsburgh whose ink study, which started as a project for a science fair, proved that governments could save millions by changing the font they use to print documents, from Times New Roman to Garamond, using less ink over time. Current estimates suggest that the worst-case would be a savings of 62$ million and annually, while best-case savings would be a whopping 394$ million!

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