(Entry #1 in an infinite series)
When I was in college, I got my hands on a copy of Macromedia’s Fontographer, a program that allowed any ol’ person to create their own custom fonts. I then used it to create a typeface based on my handwriting. Because I had written letters extensively by longhand in junior high and high school, but became proficient enough at computers in college that typing proved to be much faster for me. So I would write letters in my fake computer-rendered handwriting, because I couldn’t bear to send “impersonal” letters to people but didn’t have the time to write by hand anymore.
It’s a wonder no one shivved me for addressing them with the worst of both worlds: The illegibility of handwriting, the impersonal nature of word processing.