Dear Notebook, It's been coming for a while; been working through the freshen-up exercise, giving the Palm OS (OS 6, Cobalt, one that most people haven't seen) a new look and feel. You can't design a new look and feel without figuring out what fonts to use. The concept comps have received pretty good feedback. But now that we're getting closer to implementation we need to decide for real what fonts will be included in our open source operating system. Do we update the existing fonts? Pick new ones? Doesn't seem like that hard a task, right? The boss…
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