It's me, Ray Larabie

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As seen in PC World May 97

PC World Random site of the day Web Surfer's Digest Pat Bateman's Killer Site of the Week Master Plan Productions anna thinks this site is cool!

May 12, 1998 - Four new fonts. Abberancy, Good Times, Pants Patrol and Po Beef.

April 16, 1998 - Eight new fonts. Five Double Zero, Switching and Effetcs, 6809 Chargen, Abandoned Bitplane, CHR$(32), Delta Hey Max Nine, Jingopop and Johnny Fever. Big deal.

April 8, 1998 - Three new fonts. Biometric Joe, !Y2KBUG and Wake & Bake. Blue highway has been updated slightly.

March 25, 1998 - Three new fonts and two updates. Electroharmonix, Densmore and Lewinsky. Vibrocentric and Forgotten Futurist have been updated (the spacing was bad).

March 16, 1998 - Four thrilling(?) new fonts. Hemi Head 427, Vibrocentric, Naftalene and Forgotten Futurist.

March 8, 1998 - Three new fonts. King Richard, Cuomotype and Highway to Heck. Anklepants has been updated. Dave Debus (the guy who converted all my fonts to Mac makes his own fonts too. Check 'em out.

February 27, 1998 - Dave Debus went on a font convertin, file archiving bender and made Macintosh versions of my fonts. You can download them all at once, by section or even individually. If you're a Mac user and you download the fonts please send Davey a word of thanks for taking the time (a lot of time I bet) to convert the fonts. Click here to get to the Mac page!

February 24, 1998 - New version of Blue Highway with improved spacing, condensed and bold versions.

February 23, 1998 - Three new ones - 20th Century Font, Larabiefont and Crapola.
The guy who was key in my Globalserve bill got fired! I'm not sure when or how, but he no longer works for Globalserve. Yay! Now he can go back to his real job ... psychic stock prediction (i'm not joking).

February 9, 1998 - One new font - Blue Highway. Its based on the lettering seen on road signs.

February 7, 1998 - Check out the funkadafied review of my fonts at artistica.

February 2, 1998 - Three new fonts - Living by Numbers, New Brilliant, Styrofoam Feelings.

January 28, 1998 - Nine new fonts - Baby Jeepers, Deluxe Ducks, Gyrussian, Hamma Mamma Jamma, Husky Stash, Pyrite, Send Cash, Top Bond and Worthless Bum.

December 22,1997 - Five new fonts - Triac Seventy One, Arnprior, Crystal Radio Kit, Lockergnome, Crack Man Now you can download everything at once in

December 12, 1997 - New versions of Radio Stars, Tofu, Overload, Sad Films, Halcyonia, V-Dub, Quadrangle, Zero Hour, Pastor of Muppets and Yonder Recoil.
New fonts: Anklepants, Trapper John, Venus Rising, Heavy Heap, Charles in Charge.

December 5, 1997 - New version of Neuropol with improved spacing, a bold version and European characters.

December 4, 1997 - Three new fonts in orange, two in cream soda and two in cola. Donations have dwindled lately, PBS-style beg-a-thon commences today.

Nov 30,1997 - Three fonts added to orange one font added to cola.

Nov 25, 1997 - Welcome to the world of generic soft drinks.

Nov 3, 1997 - Some Mac versions of my fonts are now available at Elwin Berlips' page.

Nov 2, 1997 - Two new mirror sites thanks to Mark Heimback-Nielsen from Golden Apple Comics Online and Dusty from

Oct 30, 1997 - Bought a house!

Oct 29, 1997 - Five new fonts added today.(wheeze!)

Oct 28, 1997 - Ten new fonts added today. (whew!)

Oct 26, 1997 - Nine new fonts added today.

Oct 19, 1997 - Five new fonts today. I made a new web page called Ye Olde Parlor Games featuring fifty-four of your favourite(?) parlor games.
Also check out my mom's Kid's Valley Garden page. It's a hundred pages of gardening tips for kids.

Oct 11, 1997 - Thirteen new fonts added today. A new mirror site today thanks to Robert Trzcinski!

Sept 21,1997 - Ray Larabie's Freeware Typeface of the Week is no more. There was a backlog of 24 fonts that had no place to go. There were two choices I could have made: Quit making new fonts for half a year or give them all away in one shot. So, this week there's 24 new fonts instead of just one! New fonts will be added as I make them. I'll probably make a banner on the front page indicating any new fonts that are added so you won't have to look through all the categories every time you visit my page.

Sept 18, 1997 - The game I'm working on, Dark colony goes to the number 3 spot in Europe!

Sept 7.1997 - A screwdriver fell into the server at MIT. ZZZZAAAAAPPPP!!! Ray's font page disappears for a couple of weeks. :-(

Aug 22,1997 - I've been featured in Lockergnome, a Win95/NT Ezine.

Aug 19,1997 - I'm the Bud Uglly site of the day.

Aug 7,1997 - I have a new ISP now. Sorry I haven't responded to an email in the last few weeks, but I've been really busy at work finishing off Dark Colony. It's looking really cool! My new email address is I made a new version of Nasalization that's a little tidier and has some European characters.

July 23,1997 - I woke up to find that my home page and all other tertiary pages had been deleted. My Email is no longer functional. Globalserve has given me the boot. The charges ($912) still stand but they claim that they'll return the remainder of my subscription. for more details, check out my update.

July 20,1997 - Globalserve finally wrote back to me and they "never considered reducing (my) charges". Looks like I got screwed over good. I've posted a copy of the letter that was sent to me from Globalserve.

Sept 1996 - A font page is born.

The Morgie Award!

About Ray

It's Ray Larabie with a menacing flourescent tube
I'm 27, I live in Port Credit, Ontario Canada and I make all of the fonts on my page and give 'em away. I'm not quite sure why...
I received a Diploma for Animation from Sheridan College in 1991. I work in the video game graphics biz. I worked on Alien Fires for the Amiga in 1986. I wonder if anyone remembers the twelve shareware games (S.E.U.C.K) I did for the Amiga in 1991? Crappy games indeed! Then I worked on Crash Dummies SNES and King of the Ring for Gameboy/NES. I also worked on Quarantine for PC/3DO and it's sequel, Road Warrior. Recently I finshed up a computer game called DARK COLONY for Mac & PC. It's on the shelves right now! (Buy it! But it! Buy it!)

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