Over at Speak Up our friends have found the equivalent of a type nerd indicator. Last Wednesday’s Jeopardy Tournament of Champions episode featured the category “Knowledge of Fonts” and Armin Vit faithfully reproduced all the questions and answers from the Double Jeopardy round. The consensus from the comments is that answering font-related questions (okay, answers, whatever) written by non-designers is tougher than you might think. We wonder how our new buddies Hoefler and Frere-Jones did?
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Uh, wait, what was that last part?
Law of Optical Volumes? We never claimed to be designers here but we have definitely never heard that before. Anyone? Anyone for Law of Optical Volumes? Is this a Texas thing?