There are two kinds of people in the world: those who can accept constructive criticism and those who
throw a screaming tantrum at the slightest suggestion can't.
For some time now, my brother has been concerned that the brilliant content of Two Kinds of People has been obscured by the faded newsprint background (see photo). I believe his exact words were: "I can't read the damn thing."
read•a•bil•i•ty (noun) — accessibility of text: a measure of the ease with which a passage or text may be read.
Now, being the flexible, mature, stable adult that I am, I have completely ignored his comments in the months since the blog's redesign. Recently, however, he has become more persuasive ("I mean it. I can't read it at all."), so I have modified the design just a bit to accommodate his failing vision. (I'll let you in on a little family secret: he used to be younger than I am, but now he is older.)
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"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like.
Design is how it works."
— Steve Jobs