Courier Prime is a new version of IBM's classic public domain typeface, redesigned by Quote-Unquote Apps to look good in print and on-screen. I'm a big fan of the original, whose legendary legibility was hampered by pixelation until "retina" displays came along–so it seems due a comeback!
Typogram's Coding Font has you find your favorite monospace typeface by picking winners, round-by-round, in a tournament-style matchup. As software engineers, we spend a lot of time skimming, reading, making changes to code. The coding font that we spend 8 hours a day staring at has a lot to do with our productivity and comfort.… READ THE REST
Polyducks' Kitchen Sink is a textmode font that summons nearly half a century of application, game and art design in the humble 8×8 pixel grid and distills it into 256 well-picked chars. It's amazingly versatile for such a small set: text, landscapes, characters, box-drawing, maps, dithering textures, bars, stars, the lot. What is this?This is… READ THE REST
Amazing work from Ian Hanschen, who uploaded a vast collection of PNG-formatted bitmap fonts to Github. From gigantic demoscene monstrosities to the finest body-text pixel fonts, it's all in. (more, more, via Hacker News) My collection of bitmap fonts pulled from various demoscene archives over the years. No metadata and I do not claim rights… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. For countless generations, the stars have captured our imagination and filled us with wonder. It's easy to look up at the night sky and lose yourself in the scope and beauty… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Anybody with a feline friend cares a whole lot about their cat's toys. Why is that so important? Because the tough truth is that if your cat doesn't think their toy… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If someone told you a couple of years ago that you'd be attending multiple meetings a week with a pants-option policy, you wouldn't have believed it. But the truth is, your… READ THE REST