A repository of liberally-licensed fonts to link to with @font-face.
The official website of the Obama-Biden presidential transition team is switching over to using a Creative Commons attribution licence. This bodes very well indeed.
A wonderful example of why the patent system is so totally b0rked and completely unsuited to software. Someone patent Ajax (or Remote Scripting, if you prefer) back in 2001. Un. Bel. Eeeevable.
A wiki for tracking which fonts have licenses that allow for @font-face embedding with CSS.
John has come to the same conclusion as Richard with regards to font embedding. In short, the font foundries are missing a huge revenue stream. They could be offering fonts on a per-domain basis (a la Google Maps or any other third-party API). Remâ€¦
Kevin points out why you might want to keep your pictures on Flickr rather than Facebook. Like you needed a reason.
Tantek talks about the importance of open media for the longevity of data.
This is a tool for embedding licensing information in files (like MP3s). I'm going to try this out and see how it goes.