Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Well... Let's try to look on the bright side of this whole Rathergate disaster.

It's kinda neat to know that MS Word can so faithfully reproduce documents across platforms and defaults printers. I remember back when changing the default printer on a document would wreak havoc on the formatting. This made working on a document from multiple networked workstations difficult. Changing workstations might mean changing printers. The word processing program would then change the fonts to match the new default printer and scatter your formatting to the winds. Those days are long gone. Now, you can create a document on Word and know that when you send the file to someone else, they will see the formatting just as you intended.

This is pretty cool... Unless you're trying to forge a document that was supposedly written on a typewriter 30 years ago!

What's the font size, Kenneth?!?