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Font Squirrel’s List of Fonts Licensed For @font-face Use

With downloadable kits containing EOT, SVG, WOFF, and TTF versions, Cufon versions and a stylesheet with the @font-face rules for easy @import-ing. This is drop-in simple. What more can you ask for?

Maybe a slightly better browsing interface, but other than that?

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Bulletproof @font-face syntax

Paul Irish’s guide to the best @font-face syntax for all compatible browsers.

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Introducing Typekit

A platform for css3’s @font-face. The real test of this will be how many hoops you have to jump through to embed a font, and how it handles failure:

We’ve built a technology platform that lets us to host both free and commercial fonts in a way that is incredibly fast, smoothes out differences in how browsers handle type, and offers the level of protection that type designers need without resorting to annoying and ineffective DRM.

The upside is that having a central place to access these fonts will be great for caching.