"Typography is topography"? No, not even a little. The topography of a web site should mean the relationship among pages, the ways that the user can navigate among them, and in some sense the "shape" of the site. It's an interesting usage, and an evocative one; hence Kevin's comment at the top about his disappointment at finding that it was merely a misspelling.
"still remember letterpress printing"? What on earth do you mean by this? Even in Gutenberg's day there was more to the design of the printed page than type.
"What's wrong with Notepad?" Anyone who uses Notepad for anything in a professional development capacity should be fired on the spot. It's a kid's tool and actively harmful to effective text editing (hint: hard vs. soft EOLs).
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