If you enjoy reading articles on the web, you may feel that the typefaces used leave much to be desired. So much creativity is lost due to restrictions in the use of copyright protected type. Reading on computers has never been as easy as on traditional paper, much effort went into the early Macintosh Operating System (Mac OS) to create a font which would look good for the interface elements, such as the menu items. A new typeface (font) was developed based on the Linotype classic Helvetica, it was called Geneva. Whilst it was an excellent font to provide clear menu titles it was never going to be a winner from a stylists point of view. In my early days with the Macintosh operating system, I joined in 1991 with the OS at version 7.0; a new PowerBook 140, purchased whilst working in Hong Kong. I bought a copy of TypeStyler and was able to impress all and sundry with dramatic headline banners!