291 - High Speed Typography

Episode 291 May 06, 2021 00:33:43
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291 - High Speed Typography
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Show Notes

After finding an additional fractional listener from down the back of the couch thanks to the new Apple AirTags, this week the boys talk the nature of social media companies tracking and privacy policies. John talks his recent dynamic type BugBash and the world of high speed text rendering, namely the problems with widows and orphans. And the boys talk the culture of consuming content, from Netflix's new 'Play Something' feature to the seemingly infinite choice of possible content.

Signal trolling Facebook over privacy

Dynamic Type Shuffle Dance

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