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Meet Noto, Google’s Free Font for More Than 800 Languages

You know when someone texts you and some characters shows up as rectangles? Those rectangles are called tofu. Google wants to do away with them for good. The post Meet Noto, Google’s Free Font for More Than 800 Languages appeared first on WIRED.
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