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Print vs. Pixels: Writing on the Web Is Totally Different From Writing on Dead Trees

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To copy and paste from print to pixels is to deprive readers of the Web’s richness. Shifting copy from dead trees to Web browsers is a complex process, requiring attention to fonts, letter-spacing, …

To copy and paste from print to pixels is to deprive readers of the Web’s richness. Shifting copy from dead trees to Web browsers is a complex process, requiring attention to fonts, letter-spacing, line-length, leading, page size, and margins.

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  • 1. PRINT VS. PIXELS: WHY WRITING ON THE WEB IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT FROM WRITING ON DEAD TREES Jonathan Rick @jrick
  • 2. What’d Ya Think?