Just throw in potentially relevant stuff.
This channel is about the intersection of typography and digital graphics softwares.
How they relate to ideas of power, technology, labor and humor in the field of graphic design.
Why is slang improper? If a particular type of language is "othered" what does that reveal about the construct that "others" it? What does it mean to understand a dialect but not actively speak it? How do graphic designers operate within visual dialects? Is there a graphic form of slang? In a play an actor might use an accent to more realistically become a character, does a graphic designer ever do this?
Walton thinks the digital grotesque in type design spans three visual categories.
The rigid rules of the type world, think Massimo Vignelli
Free fonts that are looked down upon as universally trash
Fonts should cost money, support the designers