RE: [PPLetterpress] Digital Ligatures
- That's hilarious, and it would probably make the
news. Civil disobedience at its best.
[mailto:PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Scott Rubel
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 3:38 PM
Subject: Re: [PPLetterpress] Digital Ligatures
The only way to get this across to publishers is the old-fashioned
way: boycott and demonstrate. Pace out front of your favorite
bookstore carrying a sign with an "f" and "l" with a red circle and
cross through them. Hand out broadsides. Check shoppers' bags for
ligatureless reading matter and implore them to return it and get
their money back.
I am doing my part. I am circling every missed opportunity for a
ligature in every book I received for Christmas and I'm sending them
back to the publishers as "unreadable" and telling them to get their
(and here's my favorite ligature) fhit together.
On Jan 2, 2006, at 8:11 AM, Austin wrote:
> Graham and Kathy wrote:
>> Ignorance, cup-fulls of ignorance, and maybe a dash of laziness
>> and a pinch of 'faux hip'.
>> Graham Moss
>> Incline Press
>> 36 Bow Street
>> Oldham OL1 1SJ England
> I gather - everyone on this list agrees with me in being frustrated at
> the failure to use the f ligature. The question then seems to me - How
> do we communicate this point to the publishers? I personally intend to
> contact Random House to voice my displeasure with their lack of
> diligence in monitoring the typesetting of their books. I feel that
> only way to preserve these standards is to scream loud and often.
> is the cause for change in society more often than activism
> Austin Jones
> prints by AJ
> Point Pleasant, WV USA
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