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    1. yesjenny 97 months ago | reply

      can't wait...

    2. joeclark 97 months ago | reply

      Pins, ſhurely?!

    3. luxuryluke 97 months ago | reply

      Mr. Clark +1 for amazing use of ligatures.

    4. 5cats4carol 97 months ago | reply

      Congratulations, this made Explore!
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    5. stuntbox 97 months ago | reply

      Is there a secret handshake too?

    6. simplebitsdan 97 months ago | reply

      Mr. Clark has inspired me to read up on the the long s. And according to the Rules for Long S, it should never appear at the end of a word! It's alſo, not an "f", but rather it's own unique thing (it's f-like nub appearing only on the left side).

      The Markup & Style Society has already been typograhically educational :)

      Hope to see you all there!

    7. jlbruno 97 months ago | reply

      yes indeed i hope to be there!

    8. splorp 97 months ago | reply

      Seems like a likely candidate for Ampersandland.

    9. AndreasPizsa 97 months ago | reply

      Well, great minds think alike :)

      I designed this logo a couple of months ago for the "Institute for value-based economics", where the ampersand stands for cooperation and innovation (it’s a ligature, after all :) )

      Won’t make it to the The Markup & Style Society, sadly.... Best,A.

    10. Dmitry Baranovskiy 96 months ago | reply

      Me want too, but can't. Any plans for australian branch?

    11. Dmitry Baranovskiy 96 months ago | reply

      And BTW: “Charlatanf, ruffianf, and lay-aboutf need not apply.” Did I read this second word correctly?

    12. bwc 96 months ago | reply

      Hooray! NEWD has been reborn, stylish and clothed.

    13. joeclark 96 months ago | reply

      ſ is just an everyday Unicode character (sort of like f or s), and not a ligature. Arguably ß is.

    14. luxuryluke 96 months ago | reply

      You seem to be right, Mr. Clark. Good call!
      So the ettset is a 'double s', right? Whereas the ſ is merely a long single s.

    15. Christopher Schmitt 96 months ago | reply

      Ooooh, I want one!

    16. Marc Amos [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

      I'll be there to enjoy the time and collect this sweet clothing accessory. =)

    17. jlbruno 96 months ago | reply

      I successfully got mine last night! Thanks for putting that together guys.

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