We're digging Pilot's fun bid to stay relevant in the computer era. As their products have increasingly become disconnected from correspondence, the writing instrument manufacturer gives you one last opportunity to use an actual physical pen for e-mail, if only once, and inject a bit of your personality into as many future e-mails as you like.
How it works: You download a template from Pilot Handwriting, fill in the appropriate letters, then scan it into your machine using your webcam. Their website then turns your chicken scratch into a cohesive, readable font that you can use to type missives in. Check it out:
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Here's the website: http://www.fontifier.com/
And they are working on the font download
I couldn't find much more than a blanket statement on their site about it. Does anyone know if they keep your self-font for profit?