21
DEC
2004

Telidon

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When man and dinosaurs coexisted, computers (we used to call them electrocomputronoids) could communicate with humans using flattened tree mush and dot matrix impact printers. Usually, a print head traveled back and forth on a rail, banging out letters on tractor-feed paper thru an ink soaked ribbon. Unlike modern printers which employ magic and unicorn farts, the dot matrix print head was a simple column of pins with tiny electromagnets. Simple, indestructible and still used today.

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Telidon typeface sample from Typodermic Fonts Inc.

Telidon typeface sample from Typodermic Fonts Inc.

Telidon typeface sample from Typodermic Fonts Inc.

Telidon typeface sample from Typodermic Fonts Inc.

Telidon typeface sample from Typodermic Fonts Inc.