From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 02 2004 - 18:57:04 CST
I'm trying to be a font designer, but I wouldn't say that's my
profession (nobody's ever paid me for a font, though I'm hoping to
change that within the next few weeks). I guess I occasionally design
fonts, but I'm a computer programmer/researcher/unlicensed brain
mainly. I've used and designed text databases, I've done linguistics...
I'm also a pretty good cook and can fold my tongue into a W.
Labels are just that, and generally as helpful in understanding people
as the ones on their clothes (I think I'm wearing a Lands' End shirt;
does that change things?) Even most type-designers aren't
type-designers. There's a lot more to typography and typesetting than
E. Keown wrote:
> Elaine Keown
>Supposedly this list has >600 people.
>Just of curiosity, how many of you are NOT font
>And are any of your corpus linguists, text database
>people, or maybe database designers?
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