The Noah’s Ark of the Web, 7,000 Characters at a Time

Jen Young passed along A NYTimes Story on new set of fonts being developed by six publishers of scientific, technical and medical journals promises to contain every character – more than 7,000 in all – that might be needed in a technical article published in any scientific discipline. When complete, sometime next fall, the fonts will be shared freely with publishers, software manufacturers and scholars, under the condition that they not be altered.
The project, is called the Scientific and Technical Information Exchange, check it out at \”