Plus ca change

April 1992
New Scientist;4/4/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1815, p3
Announces a new typeface for `New Scientist' magazine. New technology has changed way magazine is typeset; New typeface called Charter; Enables publishers to restyle pages for greater legibility.


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