Emanuele Abrate illustrates the typefaces used in some of the most famous brands.
In this day and age, this sort of behavior, unfortunately, is unacceptable. It’s a shame, too, as I’ve heard a number of members of my LinkedIn network appreciated tweets in their news feed. But if LinkedIn can’t play nice with the big guys and come up with a more satisfying arrangement, I doubt most people will lose sleep over their tweets being absent from the profile of a social networking site that doesn’t even make the top three. Read more
I received this email today. I was curious of the authenticity of the email and the numbers affected and, after some digging, learned that it is, indeed, real (LinkedIn Blog: Taking Steps to Protect Our Members):