How sad. I recently read an article about him by Ian Frazier from 11 years back:http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/97nov/type.htm- and it was inspiring. I like to think that his work contributed to his longevity.
It is very sad to hear of Tytell's passing. I'd read an article about him a while back:http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/97nov/type.htmand always harbored the fantasy of someday meeting him. Alas.By the way, I have Zelda's twin sister. Her name is Cassandra. They are beauties, aren't they?
I absolutely did not realize I was repeating information. Bad on me.
I truly think his story would make a fascinating read (or even a movie). If only I was a terribly clever and successful biographer, I'd jump at the task.
Bummer. I could use a repairman, too. Someone gave me a Smith Corona Galaxy and the "r" key has fallen off. Epoxy won't hold. I wonder if he could solder it back on.
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