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Hebrew text and fonts

Hebrew Text and Fonts

Today's written language is quickly becoming history. Just as the carved tablet has become a conversation piece in the archeologist's living room, the written language is quickly becoming as ancient as the dead sea scrolls.

A new form of visual communication is taking over the entire world. Languages from across this widespread planet are now becoming more accessible to ever culture. As the pen and pencil begin to disappear into the history books, keyboards and monitors are making it easier for people to communicate in fast and effective ways.

The Hebrew Language has always been mysterious and bastardized , composed of ancient Greek and Egyptian symbol derivatives. The language eventually became independant, although it remains very mysterious, and is used mainly by the Israelites. Hebrew writing has now taken a new form , a form of which the English language has taken for many years. This new form called "type" is not new by any means, however, up until a few years ago, it was impossible to find a Hebrew Typeface on any word processing unite unless it was a specialized typewriter made in Jerusalem. The new Hebrew type has now been transformed into a computer compatible typeface found in two forms; script and print. The script form of the Hebrew type is equal to the commonly used italic form of the English typeface. Hebrew print form is a more linear and boxy form of the hebrew lettering.

The Hebrew fonts and word processing software is easily downloadable to anyone though access to the internet. These programs are not compatible with English software but work on their own to allow for the ease of typing and printing of Hebrew documents. They also allow for communication and access of the Hebrew language through the internet and e-mail.

Through this new step we see that the written language has taken another step forward in it's evolution. Language has become more easily understood by other cultures and has diminished the distance and the miscommunication between what at times seems to be a completely different world.

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