Absolutely gorgeous. I want the full set, including the Webfont license.
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."
"Adobe and Typekit are teaming up to bring some of the world’s most popular, recognizable, and respected fonts to the web. Starting today, you’ll be able to use classics like Adobe Garamond, News Gothic, Myriad, and Minion plus many more on your website — all of them newly optimized and hinted for the screen. "
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