The more time I spend around designers the more I'm self conscious of a reprehensible crime against kerning I persistent commit.
I grew up in a school with computers and typewriters. I first typed on a typewriter but 99.997% (approximately) of my lifetime writing has been on a computer.
The problem, I still double space after every period. Software is design to only need the one bash of a spacebar and adjusts space appropriately to give that extra breath between the end of a sentence and start of a new one. Yet I double space. Compulsively. Continuously. To the great annoyance of every designer I know, and write to.
Confusingly. That's how I end a period in my iPhone. Double space.
I'm tempted to retrain myself on my laptop computer, but maybe, I'll just wait for mobile user experience designers to conquer their archaic desktop brethren to save me from the typographical tyrants.