A list of serifed "fonts that perform adequately at text sizes in the harshest rendering mode that is still common: Windows XP with ClearType off"
The folks at Sleepover have compiled a sortable list of Typekit-powered fonts that meet two key guidelines: "first, the font had to have lower case, upper case, bold, italic, and bold italic; second, the font couldn’t be handwriting, script, or monospace."
This first of a series post on Typedia is very informative and already has me wishing for future entries. Now to find some time to (re)design a site to make use of one of these options
"If you’ve ever wondered why some fonts look smaller than others at the same typeset size, or why the vertical space between lines of text is such a guessing game, this post is for you."
A cross-reference that indicates the degree of compatibility between fonts. This is ideal for selecting combination of fonts for a layout, though I wish it were newer and included a larger set (it was created in 1992).