Emigre’s font library is now available as web fonts that you can self-host (providing you take some protective measures with .htaccess). That means Mrs. Eaves is available for the screen. W00t!
A useful bookmarklet that suggests font stacks to match up with the web fonts on whatever page you happen to be viewing.
Syntax for @font-face that’s more bulletproof than the techniques previously considered bulletproof …’till an even more bulletproof syntax comes along.
Lovely typographic showcases from Stan and friends.
The newest web fonts delivery service is a collaboration between five foundries: The Font Bureau, Ascender, Roger Black, Petr van Blokland and DevBridge.
Ascender is selling (and hosting) webfonts now.
Google-hosted free-as-in-beer webfonts.
Get a glimpse behind Fontdeck's curtain.
Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera have formally submitted the WOFF font format to the W3C.
A store of fonts for sale, many of which have licenses that allow you to use them with @font-face.
Beautifully done with HTML5 and font linking.
Test cases for font-linking.
Steve Souders does the research and reveals the sad truth about the effect font-linking has on performance.
A quick, slick primer on font linking.
A good look at choosing fonts for font linking.
Getting font-linking to work in all browsers.
Elliot gives a rundown of the font delivery services for the web that are on the way.
A good, clear-headed summation of font linking.
Web fonts. Where are we? Will web fonts ever be a reality? | i love typography, the typography and fonts blog
A great round-up on the current state of web typography following TypeCon 2009.
@font-face for all — Ted shows how to convert TTF files to EOT using the command line.