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Moving Forward with Industry-Supported Font Embedding on the Web

The Future of Reading (+)   31/07/2008

First, let me apologize for not posting anything for a while. I try never to "post just for the sake of posting". I like to have real issues to raise, and hopefully spark some discussion. I assume anyone reading this blog is much more interested in that t (+)

Adaptive Layout: Taking the Web beyond the "cave painting" stage...

The Future of Reading (+)   01/07/2008

There’s an interesting discussion going on right now at Smashing magazine’s website on the relative merits of Fixed Layout versus Flexible Layout on the Web.It seems that designers are still battling to try to achieve the kind of control on the Web which (+)

The best Windows Vista machine I’ve ever had – and it’s from Apple!

The Future of Reading (+)   04/06/2008

I’ve been pretty silent on the blog front for a while; there’s been a lot going on, but I’ve been too busy to write about it… Among the things which have happened is that I got a new laptop – an Apple MacBook Pro. But I spend no time at all in Mac OS X; (+)

Font Creators Need To Make Up Their Minds

The Future of Reading (+)   24/04/2008

Bill Hill, head of Microsoft's Typography group, urges the font industry to address for-web licensing, and makes a case for Microsoft's EOT embedding technology. (+)

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