“If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”Buddha
Computer technology revolutionized typography in the 20th century. Personal computers in the 1980s like the Macintosh allowed type designers to create types digitally using commercial graphic design software. Digital technology also enabled designers to create more experimental typefaces, alongside the practical fonts of traditional typography. Designs for typefaces could be created faster with the new technology, and for more specific functions. The cost for developing typefaces was drastically lowered, becoming widely available to the masses. The change has been called the democratization of type and has given new designers more opportunities to enter the field.
“A recipe is a story that ends with a good meal.”Pat Conroy
Try to imagine this text as a super serious but ultimately useless legal disclaimer. I’d remove it completely but it looks straight up weird without anything here.
While we’re at it, lets also picture the word “copyright” and a teeny little c in a minature circle and whatever year it is. It’s 2016 right now. Unless it isn’t..