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Travis Andrews

Travis M. Andrews is a journalist based in Washington, D.C., and New Orleans. He has written for Time, The Atlantic, Salon, Washingtonian Magazine and The Times-Picayune. He's a regular arts contributor for The Washington Post Express. When he was younger, he wrote on his mother's walls. She was displeased. For more about Travis, please visit www.travismandrews.com.

You can also follow Travis on Twitter @travismandrews. 

 
They say sex is the most powerful incentive. I'm not sure who "they" are, exactly, but turns out they're wrong, at least when it comes to Internet-Age folks. Those same folks (probably) also say cigarettes are the most addictive thing on earth. Wrong-o. Turns out, social media can replace both those things.
 
Individuals with dyslexia, which is one in ten people according to the International Dyslexia Association, have an understandably difficult time with most web pages. Since most pages are text-based, those with dyslexia have a harder time processing them. So Aberlardo Gonzalez decided to create a free font to change this.

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