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Kottke's got the goods on the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili -- an outstanding example of a late 15th-century printed text with an extraordinarily readable typeface rendering of impenetrable polyglot prose.
I was asking myself, "Why does this text sounds so familiar?" I Googled it, and then remembered that it was a basis for the plot of the awful Da Vinci Code knockoff The Rule of Four.
this is not related to your entry but nevertheless you might enjoy this link and website.Five Big Lines: Representing the BigLittle World in Feynman Diagramshttp://longstreet.typepad.com/thesciencebookstore/2008/06/five-big-lines.html#comments
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