For you web design nerds, please have a look and bookmark this excellent list of the typefaces available from TypeKit. Gotta love that easy-peasy visual way of scanning for features.

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Finding a good Typekit font for long blocks of text is hard, but Sleepover has sifted through the Typekit library and pared it down to the following list according to two simple rules: 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. If you think they’ve missed something, or made any mistakes, send a note to contact@sleepoversf.com.

The Great Typekit Table