PRINT I

PRINT I

An early system on IBM 705.

[CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
References in classic literature ?
A literary man--WITH a wooden leg--and all Print is open to him
Here am I, a man without a wooden leg, and yet all print is shut to me.
For example, drawing on handwriting research that started in the last century, Lowe explains that a simplified stroke is a sign of intelligence while moderately large print is a sign of sociability.