Our ABC is so special — the font of Australia’s political correctness. The ABC are so important now that normal letters used by average voters and all the corporations of Australia are not good enough for The ABC.
Qantas, BHP, NAB make billions, but have to get by with the same 30,000 fonts or so that the rest of us live with.
The minor ABC Gods need more and now they have their own font, appropriately called OneABC. (Because there is only one correct view. Luckily the ABC know what that is.)
It is fitting, because the ABC is more important than other corporations and organisations — like celebrities who only use one name. The luxury. If only all taxpayers were so worthy!
Tim Blair works it over too (“…an inclusive and multicultural typeface alternative to Times New Hitler and Helvetica Klan. Incidentally, how is replacing thousands of fonts with just a single font in any way a celebration of diversity?”). And Chris Kenny (“What an imaginative way to deepen the deficit.”)
author Jo Nova