To see what sort of help programmers might appreciate, consider how spell-checkers work. These are among the most useful programs in popular use today. They can point out where you made spelling mistakes, and suggest how to correct them. A spell-checker would be neither useful nor popular if it only pointed out that you had made a mistake without suggesting how to correct it, or if it gave information which looked at the problem from the perspective of how it worked rather than from the writer’s perspective, e.g.rype-checker ˆ Spelling error at character 3. Cannot follow "ry" with "p"
This however is the style of response produced for programmers by compilers.
Fun talk by Sara Soskolne down at Cooper about the maximally fiddly bits of designing Gotham and Quarto.
A nice long essay full of typography found on Broadway: http://www.hopesandfears.com/hopes/culture/design/216855-typography-of-broadway-from-a-to-z
More stuff happened: Tried to find a typisch deutsche döner kebap, but we only came across an outdoor stand with no real seating to speak of,…