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In general, fonts for print and fonts online are two different species, but there are some fonts that translate well to both print and screen. These are a safe bet:
>>Condensed from “5 Fonts that will kill your design (and 5 great alternatives)” by Katherine Halek
“While most of the fonts that have gone out of style aren’t necessarily “bad” fonts as people often label them, their overuse has changed our perception of them. Papyrus, Comic Sans and Curlz are just a few examples of popular typefaces that are now ubiquitously seen as unprofessional.”
More on the List: Verdana, Bauhaus, Bradley Hand, Courier.