Anyone know the font on this card?

pi2002's picture

It looks so nice.

hrant's picture

Yeah, in an email address it's great when you can't tell if it's an "f" or a "t"...

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George Thomas's picture

It's not that hard; I've never seen "dot" spelled "dof"; have you?

hrant's picture

http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/SDOF
http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/DOF
And how often is "dot" spelled out in an actual email address?

I agree it's probably a "t"... but then what does the "f" look like?

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Nick Cooke's picture

Why spell it out when there is .com at the end?

George Thomas's picture

@Hrant, those are acronyms, not words; they don't count. As for what the /f looks like, I wish I knew because it is a nice font but I don't know what it is.

@Nick, excellent point, one which I totally missed.

JamesM's picture

It's probably a "t", but personal email addresses are sometimes a fairly random collection of characters, especially if the user selected an address suggested by the site because the one they wanted was already in use.

hrant's picture

Plus it could be Sam Dooley of Carney...
Like check out Places here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carney

I'm even seeing a "fear" in there...

BTW there are actually some yahoo.net addresses...

When it comes to email, Just Say No To Ambiguity™.

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George Thomas's picture

@Hrant, you're grasping at straws -- just so you can say you are right.

hrant's picture

I just like thinking of how stuff can go wrong.

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eliason's picture

Holy crap, are spambot email-harvesters now going through our printed collateral too?!

hrant's picture

Next: wedding invitations with captchas.

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JamesM's picture

Dot is a common nickname for Dorothy. It's possible her name is S. Dot (Dorothy) Carney.

hrant's picture

BTW Osiris, most ID experts frequent only the ID section, so you should repost your request there.

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