Gauss Jordan Fonts
http://fonts.tom7.com - Gauss Jordan Copyright (c) 2000 Tom Murphy 7 - Distribute freely, but never sell (on CD, for instance!) email@example.com - 339 Still Hill Rd - Hamden CT 06518 - Better Ingredients. Better Pizza.
This one is named after a famous matrix algorithm by a pair of famous mathematicians: Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss and Marie Ennemond Camille Jordan. Despite having fruity european names (Jordan is a Guy), they each made important contributions, and are certainly deserving of a font.Even if it really comes from my bored notes in Matrix Algebra class.Slender and a little bit postmodern. Ironically, it's missing numbers.For the entire DBZ collection:http://fonts.tom7.com/
Gauss Jordan is Copyright (c) 2000 Tom 7
Here is the summary of the license for this font, which may be overridden by (most likely very similar) new licenses at the URL below. If you want to do anything with this font you think I might not allow, please see the license URL at the bottom of this document and/or e-mail me.NO MONEY must ever exchange hands for this font file, without EXPLICIT WRITTEN PERMISSION from the designer.This means you MAY NOT SELL THIS FONT on a font-collection CD, nor singularly nor part of any other type package.You may distribute this font file to anyone you want, as long as you do not modify it and do not charge any money or services.You can use this font in noncommercial applications and websites freely and without the designer's permission.You can use this font to create commercial products or web sites, but when appropriate I'd love for you to send me a complimentary copy of the item you use it in.If you distribute or use this font, you may wish to link to the [ Divide By Zero ] web page (though this is not necessary):http://fonts.tom7.com/For the full license and updates:http://fonts.tom7.com/legal/Mailing address:Tom Murphy 7339 Still Hill RdHamden CT 06518.1830USA