The typographic chess King’s crown is a representation of the crown(s) used for crowning British monarchs, from at least the 17th century—notable for its arches and maltese cross.
Crowns were availa… (View Post)
I don’t think that’s a very convincing argument.
The problem is that making a visible glyph shape is not authoring code per se, it is authoring a glyph shape, which is not copyrightable in … (View Post)
The thing about hand tools is that they all utilize resistance (including friction) of the medium so that the person can use that to precisely and subtly modulate pressure, position and movement.
Ac… (View Post)