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Journal 6 I saw some examples of typography that I wanted to discuss: The first one may be a bit odd, but I was interacting with some dogs the other day, and I noticed that one of them walks in a flowy and curvy typography. And she only walked in circles and curves when being held on a leash or playing in a room. Another example can be longboarders. When walking through campus, I see many longboarders and skaters using a curving motion to keep their momentum. This is used in an ethical everyday way. When I observe myself in a typographic manner, I tend to sway between both straight and curvy depending on my surroundings. In the SURC, I find myself
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