Dan Vanderkam, nel 1998, recensendo il primo sistema operativo Macintosh:
One of the things that we take for granted nowadays is the fact that most fonts are smooth at any size, and are extra-smooth when printed. Few people realize just what a long history this fact has however. In fact, none of the six fonts that shipped with the original mac looked good in more than six sizes. As you can see from the picture of Microsoft Works 2.0, it just looked bitmapped at any other size (the logo at the top of this page is another example).