Are you aware that, according to research, the font entitled Century Gothic uses 1/3 less ink than some of the standard fonts like Times New Roman and Arial? The blog post you’re reading is written in Century Gothic, size 11. As you can see, it’s a nice clean sans serif font. With tight budgets, saving ink is not only friendlier to the environment but also to your budget. For more info, go to: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/campus-overload/2010/03/font_change_could_save_money_p.html. For a counterpoint view that states that even though Century Gothic uses less ink, it tends to take more paper, go to: http://printerinkcartridgesblog.printcountry.com/?p=10344. You decide.