Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
So, I'm in the last class I have to take before I graduate , and the final's tomorrow. The professor is letting us take a "cheat sheet" into the exam because there are a million SCOTUS cases to know (it's media law), but, of course, we've got a limit on the size of the thing. So I'm wondering if any of you guys can point me to a font which might be more easily readable at a really small size. And which might lend itself to something like this (i.e. really tight kerning and leading).<br><br>I've got all the cases in, and it rather fills up a letter size sheet, and I still need a good bit more stuff. This whole post is really just me taking a little internet study break. I've had so much coffee that I feel like I could run to the moon and back. <br><br>
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