I don't know who Lucida is, but she makes good fonts
I've decided to use "Lucida" fonts here. If you take a look at Standard installed Windows XP fonts, there are two Lucida's in there. One is Lucida Console and the other is Lucida Sans Unicode. I think they look cool, and they're very readable.
So, if you're using XP, you will see the Lucida fonts. If you're not using XP, you will see Verdana or Trebuchet MS. If you're not using Windows at all, you'll see the stock sans-serif fonts for your operating system. (grin)
Realistically speaking, no one give a crap about what font you use as long as you can read whatever it is you put on your site. But I changed the fonts around so I'd thought I'd blab about it, so there. 😛
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