- If real fonts on the web are of interest to you (and if they aren’t, why are you here?), you’ll enjoy Tim Brown’s iPhone-friendly summary of recent web type events, tests, and opinions. Of special note in that list of juicy goodness is Font Squirrel’s tweet about the difficulty of getting fonts to render well in Windows. I will have something to say on that topic soon. (Preview: Real fonts look bad in Windows.)
- UPDATE: From reader Ben Kiel of House Industries, here is more than you wanted to know about why the same fonts look different on different platforms and browsers, i.e. why fonts look bad in Windows.
- FontShop’s Flickr set ScreenFonts BeNeLux looks at the typefaces on posters for new movies released in Belgium and The Netherlands. It is a companion to the international ScreenFonts on The FontFeed, FontShop’s monthly review of movie poster typography.
- ilovetypography’s Sex, lies, & type explores much of last week’s font news, including the introduction of Mr Eaves, and one’s own discovery of the Film posters typeset in Trajan pool at Flickr.com.
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