Save toner (but maybe not paper) by dumping Arial for Century Gothic

Petter Reinholdtsen reports on how large organizations can save thousands of dollars in toner costs by changing from Arial to Century Gothic for their typeface in printed documents. Century Gothic is a “thinner” typeface and hence uses less toner. That’s where the savings comes in. But Century Gothic is wider than Arial and for that … Continue reading Save toner (but maybe not paper) by dumping Arial for Century Gothic

Originally posted on wtflinux:
This morning, the inexplicably named after a tasty breakfast sandwich Ubuntu Community Manager, Jono Bacon, sought to quell fears that UN peace keeping forces may be called upon to intervene in the Ubuntu Developer Community. Speaking at a press conference held at Canonical’s recently completed secure compound, Mr. Bacon defended his regeme’s position… Continue reading

Originally posted on Sticky Valentines:
I get asked two questions several times a week, and I brush off both with a verbal swat. One — because I’m in my late 20s, I suppose – is when are you getting married? And the other, because it seems like small talk, is why did you leave the… Continue reading