Can Being Green Be as Simple as Changing Your Font?


Thu, Apr 15th, 2010 00:54 by capnasty NEWS

The University of Wisconsin at Green Bay announced this week that it was switching fonts to save money, from Arial to Century Gothic. The change, while minor sounding, will save money on ink, especially since the cost of printer ink works out to about $10,000 per gallon. That's nothing to sneeze at, to be sure. Except for that little part about printing emails. Who prints emails these days?



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