Georgia is a Transitional serif typeface designed by Matthew Carter and released in 1996 through Microsoft. Since Georgia is a “web safe” system font, it has been one of the primary serifs, along with Times New Roman, used on the web since the late 1990s. In 2011, a “pro” version of Georgia was released that includes additional weights and condensed versions. I think Georgia makes an excellent font for reading long passages of text on screens.
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