Sep. 7th, 2017

jesse_the_k: uppercase Times Roman "S" with nick in upper corner, text below reads "I shot the serif." (shot the serif)
Font Squirrel is a great place to go when you're looking for a new font for a project, website, or reading application.

Like many font sites, you can browse by style like "serif" or helpful tags like "corporate" or by language like "Hebrew."

But you don't even have to search for "FREE" because all the fonts on the site are ready to download, most of them with webfonts as well as desktop, application, and ereader licenses. Many are as lovely as the ones I pay hundreds for at commercial foundries.

They also have an "almost free" section listing bargain fonts.

https://www.fontsquirrel.com
jesse_the_k: Text reads: "I'm great in bed ... I can sleep for days" (sleep for days)

Disability Studies Quarterly is available free online at dsq-sds.org. The Summer 2017 issue of Disability Studies Quarterly is full of interesting reading that's accessible to folks without a graduate degree.

http://dsq-sds.org/issue/view/184

Acknowledging pain and limitation is a welcome turn in Disability Studies theorizing: a long-term consequence of the intersection of feminism with DS. Women's disability is so often driven by illness, that we've brought willingness to profess that pain.

UW-Madison Prof. Ellen Samuels writes so well, so deeply, so clearly about living as disabled people in time:

Three meanings of 'crip time' )

Three more viewpoints on "crip time" in the complete article at

http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/5824/4684

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