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Subject: Re: Computer Translation (was Re: THype98)
From: Gary Munch <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:TYPO-L Discussion of Type and Typographic Design <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 29 Aug 1998 22:09:16 -0400
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Well, H. E. Meier got -Syntax- already. You should trade mark the rest as
typenames, and chrge really big for the use :-)
Was your roommate, Great "Garden Weasel" Mist, kinda Fog-headed, or more a
FLagrant type?

>It seems to me that only yuppie couples contemplating procreation and the
>occasional novelist or critic give anywhere near the attention to the
>meaning of names that they should. Maybe then we could have been spared
>(from the Chicago White Pages): Synapse, Synapses, Synchem, Synectics,
>Synergis, Synergistic(s), Synergon, Synergy, Synertech, Synrgy, Syntactics,
>Syntax, Syntec, Syntek, Syntesis, Synthex, Syntra and Syntronic. (note that
>many of these names get used multiple times, e.g., Synergy Communication &
>Design/Group/Inc/Plan/Publishing/Realty).
>
>So keep THAT in mind the next time you name a typeface.
>Or a file.
>
>-dh
>
>---
>Don Hosek           [log in to unmask]    Quixote Digital Typography
>312-953-3679        fax: 312-803-0698     orders: 800-810-3311
>For information about SERIF: THE MAGAZINE OF TYPE & TYPOGRAPHY,
>http://www.quixote.com/serif/ or mail [log in to unmask]

Gary Munch
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http://members.aol.com/munchfonts/
Type & Type Design

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