CNET's Brian Cooley looks at technology the Palo Alto Research Center is developing that aims to restore damaged documents by using secure codes that are actually printed on them.
The much-maligned Comic Sans typeface gets an overdue remake, rendering it suitable for general consumption.
Helvetica font: PostScript vs. TrueType issues
PostScript Driver 8.7, ATM 4.6 and OpenType font support
The latest troubleshooting and general utilities for Mac OS X.
When composing documents in various applications, there are a few built-in correction and substitution functions in OS X that are useful, including spelling as you type, character substitution, and word suggestion options.
When setting up a ShoZu account online, translating a cryptographic security code separates humans from bots.
Safari/Firefox domain spoofing vulnerability (#3): Explanation of issue
A novel Web site uses Unicode characters to invert text.