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Troubleshooting: Troubles with MS Word

Sunday May 3rd, 2009 in Design, technology, Typography | 7 Comments »

Symposium!

Sunday May 3rd, 2009 in Design, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

April showers bring…font betas!

Monday April 20th, 2009 in technology, Thesis, Typography | 5 Comments »

Back on track, and some OpenType wizardry revealed

Friday April 17th, 2009 in Design, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Facing the Inevitable

Friday April 10th, 2009 in technology | 2 Comments »

Murphy Strikes Again

Thursday April 2nd, 2009 in technology, Thesis | No comments »

Bikes + Fonts + 3D = Awesome

Tuesday March 31st, 2009 in Art & Design, Off Topic, technology, Typography | No comments »

Custom proofs: back on the table

Monday March 16th, 2009 in Design, technology, Thesis, Typography | 2 Comments »

Alt Glyphy Goodness

Tuesday February 24th, 2009 in Design, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Opentype and Optical Size: will it blend?

Saturday February 21st, 2009 in technology, Thesis, Typography | 1 Comment »

Contextual alternates are go

Wednesday February 18th, 2009 in technology, Typography | No comments »

Video feedback

Wednesday February 18th, 2009 in technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Contextual alternates: video!

Wednesday February 11th, 2009 in Design, technology, Thesis, Typography | 2 Comments »

Ebooks and Mobile Phones

Monday February 9th, 2009 in eBooks, reading, technology | No comments »

On Reading

Thursday January 29th, 2009 in eBooks, reading, technology | No comments »

Size matters…it solws you down

Sunday November 16th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology | No comments »

Kindle Vs. Iliad: Native text

Saturday November 8th, 2008 in Design, eBooks, ePaper, technology, Thesis, Typography | 1 Comment »

Humanism Vs. Technologism

Tuesday October 28th, 2008 in Design, technology | No comments »

Shifts in Direction

Sunday October 26th, 2008 in technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Midterm Presentation

Wednesday October 15th, 2008 in Design, ePaper, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

iLiad blues

Wednesday September 24th, 2008 in Design, ePaper, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Screen Sizes and Resizing on the Kindle: part 2

Sunday September 14th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology, Thesis | No comments »

Plastic Logic: Full Walkthrough

Saturday September 13th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology | No comments »

Screen Sizes and Resizing on the Kindle

Saturday September 13th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology, Thesis | No comments »

More fun with Spiro

Thursday September 11th, 2008 in Design, technology, Typography | No comments »

Playing with Spiro

Wednesday September 10th, 2008 in Design, technology, Typography | No comments »

Plastic Logic’s E-reader on display at DemoFall

Monday September 8th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology | No comments »

NY Times: New E-Newspaper Reader Echoes Look of the Paper

Monday September 8th, 2008 in ePaper, technology | No comments »

Spiro

Sunday August 31st, 2008 in Design, technology, Typography | No comments »

comparing letterforms, geeking out with Firefox 3

Friday August 29th, 2008 in Design, technology, Typography | No comments »

Kindle 2.0?

Tuesday August 26th, 2008 in Design, eBooks, ePaper, technology | No comments »

Environmental impact

Thursday August 14th, 2008 in ePaper, technology | No comments »

Tuesday August 12th, 2008 in ePaper, technology | No comments »

Bitmapped Text on the Kindle

Tuesday August 12th, 2008 in eBooks, ePaper, technology, Thesis, Typography | No comments »

Print is dead: the Book and the Blog

Saturday July 19th, 2008 in eBooks, technology | No comments »

About the Mad Scientist Running this Show

Noam Berg is a graduate Student in the Design and Technology MFA program at Parsons School for Design in New York City. He is also the (debatably) creative force behind Exfish Studio. Noam is obsessed with old vacuum tubes, type design, computers, guitars and comic books. Noam likes Thai sweet chili sauce, hats, suits & ties, Wacom tablets, Japanese green tea (with the toasted rice), nerdy science girls, many varieties of music, SLR cameras, AnarchoJudaism, lithography and pocket watches. Noam's not a big fan of cell phones, the cool kids, ugly and over-used fonts (you know who you are!) and talking about himself in the third person. Seriously, this is really weird. I'm gonna stop doing it now.