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Sometimes I guess we don't really know which of what we do will have unintended effects that might just be greater than we'd hoped.

It's great to have you back, Valeria.

Glad you enjoyed it, Andreas. The ideas you put forth on point of view and empathy really resonated, as you can tell. It's how writers can reconcile being themselves with thinking about their readers.

Thanks for linking to my post, Valeria. I followed the link to your post about Trajan's column. Being something of an ancient history buff (hence that part of my book), I've spent quite a bit of time looking at pictures of the column--the Dacians and such. But it never occurred to me to make the connection to the typeface! How very cool to know this.

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