Most of these are pretty over the top but they’re good proofs of concept.
Take all the fonts on your operating system, superimpose them, and whaddya get? This.
A celebration of horrendous kerning all over the internet.
Visualising the Republic of Letters.
A wonderful history of our alphabet. Set aside some time to read this.
A fantastic blog of letterheads. Some of the typographic choices are perfect.
An interesting experiment in making Katakana self-describing.
An editorially managed collection of type-related goodies: "Think of it as FFFFound for all things type, typography, lettering, & signage."
Cameron asked some type creators for samples of their handwriting. They obliged. Compare the handwriting to the fonts.
An abecedarium of knitted letters.
Christmas letters to Christopher Walken.
A collection of books with beautiful typography.
Finding letters everywhere.
We may just have to get this italic poster for the Clearleft office.
Spell with flick grabs images from flickr (the One letter and One Number groups) and uses them to spell what you've typed in.
Andy Hume has written a superb article about typography on the Web.