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RE[3]: Stationary
by sergiusens on Thu 6th Dec 2007 22:00 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Stationary"
sergiusens
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I see this at the software company I work for, there are some ladies in the house that really like this combination (2 or 3, not all of them). And they always like to make gossipy announcements with these fonts and background.

The good part is that when it comes to work this isn't used.

Anyhow, worse than that, there's some guy in the organization that collected news items to keep us software engies up to date (some of us wouldn't read the news otherwise). Guess what we get, a 50 line of text with interesting headlines, formated in a 1MiB html email. What makes it so big is an ugly orange bar the guy uses to separate the "News title" from the actual headline items.

My quota at work is 50MB, and doing cleaning up every week is not fun.

Still, if it still has its purposes when used correctly. Those two scenarios I wrote about are not the case (at least for me).

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