For so long I’ve had to gaze on Arial and Helvetica competing for my love. I’ve watched as Times New Roman and ugly older sibling Times read old crumbling newspapers. In a corner I’ve spied Courier New and lazy cousin Courier trying to play Atari cartridges in a broken NES and program in Basic.
Today is for Typekit.
(apparently that really depends on how well your web browser is made) Internet Explorer likes things really simple and only works half the time (click for sample)
Typekit has monthly and annual pricing structure (I won’t mention since the service isn’t totally live yet, but it seems fairly reasonable for now).
This page is a sample using a trial account. You will see the Typekit badge in the lower left right if I haven’t upgraded to a paid account. I’ve thrown in a few small things to test the fonts in weird float situations.