who thinks the HubPages font logo makes it look like the Highlights for Children logo?
I guess similar type of fonts are also used by many writing communities. So there is nothing kid like in it but quite similar.
I'm thrilled to be debating the similarities of fonts!
I just googled a bit and found out that there are similar fonts:
If we HP people start to dig more i guess we'll force James to change the logo.
it has been a while since I have seen the Highlights but based on my memory - yes it does appear similar
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