## The New Kid on the Block

Typographica, which has been sadly stripped off of its domain name a while ago because of new regulations (and replaced by some crap directory of low quality), mentionned yesterday the creation of UsableType. The first article is interesting, without being earth-shattering. It deals with font size on screen; well, ok, it is nicer down-sized, but as long as people use font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; in small sizes, I will be squinting at my screen, trying to decypher the mysterious tiny signs that my Linux kindly displays…

The rest of the content is quite good and helpful: the site basically summarizes the current schools of thoughts about how to display fonts on website. Excellent work.