An excellent piece by Stan in which he questions (without rejecting out of hand) applying proportion-based rules to the web, a medium with inherently fluid proportions.
A repository of liberally-licensed fonts to link to with @font-face.
A look at different font stacks out there in the wild.
The typography on this page is simply gorgeous. And the event looks good too.
Documenting typographical abuse, specifically when single primes are used instead of apostrophes.
Epic is a lovely looking new typeface from Neil Summerour.
An offhand remark I made on Twitter spurs Dom on to do a whole lotta research on character encoding in class names.
I need this t-shirt... I need it bad.
Radiohead are distributing their next album themselves. You'll be able to download it for the princely sum of... whatever you feel like paying.
I think we should get a whole set for the Clearleft office.
The paper of Joe's talk at ATypI Brighton. It's fascinating, well-researched stuff.
A beautifully marked up and typeset copy of George Orwell's classic essay.
A new blog dedicated to, yup... typography. Looks like a keeper.
An interview with type designer, Eric Olson.
A cheat sheet for combining typefaces. No hard and fast rules but a handy guide to print out and use.
Here's a handy little bookmarklet that overlays a grid on a web page—very handy for tweaking vertical rhythm and aligning to a baseline.
A very handy little app that sits in your menu bar on OS X and can instantly show you how your screen would look if you were colour blind.
This article is a life-saver for me. I'm constantly having trouble with special characters when I'm backing up databases for local copies of my sites.