— Jessica Gutierrez Alm, Attorney

Fanfiction refers to the art of creating fiction using another author’s characters or universe.  I was first introduced to the concept in high school, when a friend began writing Harry Potter fanfiction.  (Side note: this is not one of those situations where the “friend” is actually me.)  My friend used

What do Glee, The X-Files, and Kiss have in common? I’ll give you a hint. It’s not kick-ass guitar riffs augmented by over-the-top pyrotechnics (as if there is such a thing as “over-the-top” pyrotechnics – unless you’re Great White). It’s also not that David Duchovny is a huge fan of all three. Give-up? Okay. All three have readily

–Sharon Armstrong, Attorney

Times. Garamond. Arial. Copperplate. Chances are that if you are reading this, you not only know what the four terms preceding this sentence mean; you probably use them throughout your daily life.

I’m talking about fonts. In the branding world, fonts add more than a little something extra to the words of