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An interesting new font - Sans Forgetica

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I heard about this font on a podcast last night and thought some people might find this interesting and/or useful.
It looks weird but was specifically designed to look like it does for various reasons.
Here's the link to the website: https://sansforgetica.rmit/
And here's a link to the podcast: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3cswhfj


Edited by GarryP
Added link to podcast.

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It certainly does look weird, Garry, but I’m not sure how useful I’d find it! Thanks for the links.

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You're welcome.
It was designed to be used to highlight certain passages that you want to remember.
The strange way it looks is supposed to make your brain try and 'work it out' as a little puzzle, so it's more memorable, apparently.

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Sans Forgetica is a downloadable font that is scientifically designed to help you remember your study notes.


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