Student Discovers That the Government Could Save $400 Million Simply By Switching Typefaces

March 31, 2014 by  
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How important are the little details? Just ask the middle school student in Pittsburgh who discovered that the government could save $400 million dollars just by change the typeface it uses. Suvir Mirchandani, inspired by a class project on saving ink, discovered that by switching from Times New Roman to Garamond, his school could reduce ink use by a quarter. Applying that information to the government, he found that it could slash its ink usage by a similar margin and save $400 million. Read the rest of Student Discovers That the Government Could Save $400 Million Simply By Switching Typefaces Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: font ink use , Government cost savings , government fonts , government ink usage , Government printing , government saves money switching typefaces , Government saving ink , government spending , government typefaces , saving ink , saving money , student projects , switching fonts , switching typefaces , typeface ink use , typefaces        

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Student Discovers That the Government Could Save $400 Million Simply By Switching Typefaces

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