Typeradio Podcast

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Type is speech on paper, Typeradio is speech on type. Typeradio, the radio channel on type and design.

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Typeradio Podcast

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281 Dummy texts 2/22007-07-09 00:17:00
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282 Dummy texts 1/22007-07-08 00:28:00
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283 Tiffany Wardle 1/12007-07-05 02:45:00
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284 View of Paris 2: The unexpected message of a moving hand2007-07-03 00:42:00
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285 Thomas Phinney 3/32007-07-02 06:15:00
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286 Thomas Phinney 2/32007-06-28 03:33:16
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287 Thomas Phinney 1/32007-06-26 01:35:22
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288 View of Paris 1: French typography2007-06-14 04:08:00
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289 Typeradio: CMYK by Electric Mustafa2007-06-05 02:50:00
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290 Jay Rutherford 4/42007-05-22 11:48:00
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291 Jay Rutherford 3/42007-05-22 11:47:00
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292 Jay Rutherford 2/42007-05-22 11:19:00
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293 Jay Rutherford 1/42007-05-22 11:16:00
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294 RK Joshi 5/52007-05-08 03:39:00
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295 RK Joshi 4/52007-05-08 03:35:00
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296 RK Joshi 3/52007-05-08 03:33:00
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297 RK Joshi 2/52007-05-08 03:31:00
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RK Joshi 2/5

R. K. Joshi gives a short introduction to India’s 22 languages, to their common phonetic sounds. Maybe it’s possible to develop a common script for all Indian languages? What kind of difficulties are there? Why did it take his whole life to reintroduce Indian calligraphy for Indian students, and why the task is still not finished? About his passion to carry the aesthetics of old time Indian scripts for new digital tools and typefaces. Who was the first guy in India to carve text on the stone, during King Ashoka’s time? Writing reforms of India :: Official languages of India :: King Ashoka :: File Download (9:02 min / 8 MB)…read more

298 RK Joshi 1/52007-05-08 03:26:00
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299 Phil Baines 3/32007-04-27 04:18:10
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300 Phil Baines 2/32007-04-26 07:46:00
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