Typography on the Web is basic and dull. A startup called Typekit will fix it. The brilliant Clea Ball, Art Department administrator extraodinaire has sent the GD program a link to a Slate article about web typography which begins by stating, "For typography geeks, the Web is a depressingly drab place. Just look around the page you're reading now: There are only a couple of fonts, Arial and Verdana, used to display most of the text. That would be fine, except that they're the same two fonts you find everywhere else on the Web…." To read the rest of the article follow the link above. Thanks Clea!