Yesterday we brought you the news that the Good Night and Good Luck designers had totally screwed up and created a logo in Helvetica, which wasn’t invented until after the time the movie was supposed to take place. Today we bring you the news that it wasn’t actually Helvetica, it was Akzidenz. Lorraine Wild writes about the “harbinger, I fear, of even more typographic doom,” and kickstarts a comments thread–involving confessions of nerdiness and thoughts on reportage–that’s actually totally worth reading.
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