14-Year-Old Proves U.S. Can Save $370 Million by Changing Fonts

This was great news today, and the student who figured this out was really thinking.  Now we just have to get rid of the paper used in those offices altogether.   “Changing the standard typeface used by federal and state governments could save the United States roughly $370 million a year in ink costs, according to a peer-reviewed study by Suvir Mirchandani. The best part of the story? Mirchandani is just 14 years old.”

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