Check out Ecofont, a free font that uses less ink. I just installed it on my computer, and the font has a non-distracting, plain style, like Times New Roman or Arial. It saves ink by having tiny holes in the font, but they’re not decipherable on screen or paper. I ran a test page of Ecofont, using my usual “draft” setting to further save ink. You may not want to use it for printing your resume, but for printing out critiques or rough drafts, it’s more than adequate. Yay for saving ink which equals saving money!
Also, I attended the Rescues and Runways event last night and made a video to share on NewMoon.com. I’m still very new at this video-making thing, so forgive it for being a bit crude. But you can’t really go wrong in a video about animals.