Fonts 500 — great collection of free fonts from around the web. Browse the collections, choose and download your favorite fonts.



Ecofont is a font type that encourages ink-saving print. This font is developed by SPRANQ. Using Ecofont, some parts of the letter is omitted — so you should see some white dots there. It is said that this font works great for OpenOffice, AppleWorks and MS Office 2007. Ecofont is available for free and supports both PC and MAC.
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Features for Developers (Firefox 3.1 beta 1)

Okey, this should be a good news.

Geolocation is a JavaScript API that lets a web page query the browser’s location via JavaScript. It can be used to plot maps, give directions, attach location information to pictures, give a location for a weblog post and a pile of other things.
More details about Geolocation API Specification.


Add support for the CSS @font-face property. This property allows you to specify a true type font file that includes a specific font you want to use to render a web page.
More details about @font-face

Video and Audio

Include support for the <video> and <audio>elements. This beta includes support for the OGG Theora and OGG Vorbis formats on all platforms

And more…


Fawnt: High Quality Font Collection

Choosing right fonts during the design process — in some cases — can be tiring. The reasons may vary like lack of font collections, too many similar types, etc. Having numerous fonts installed probably a good thing. But, for some people, it’s probably frustrating having too many fonts. I myself do not have many fonts installed. I just install some fonts I considered as nice fonts. If I need certain fonts, I install them.
But, where to find good font collections? Here is one of the resources. It’s called Fawnt. The site described Fawnt as a font resource for designers, developers, and anyone that appreciates the web’s highest quality fonts.
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You can find thousands of fonts there. To save your time, you can start from top rated font page. Not your favorite? No problem. You can also browse by letters, or by category. Simple! So, what’s your favorite font?