The Sacramento Bee says there is a legal way to print money: start typing in a skinnier font.
Narrower fonts require less ink, which means you’ll have to replace your pricey ink cartridges less often.
Administrators at the University of Wisconsin recently switched the school’s email system to Century Gothic, a move that is expected to shave $10,000 off the school’s printing costs.
The Dutch website Printer.com, which evaluates printers, provided the data that convinced the U of W to switch fonts. Read their cost analysis here.
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