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Type choice and type use

I'm still getting back into the swing of things after an extraordinary one-week trip to Iceland for this year's ATypI conference in Reykjavík. Although I've attended ATypI before, this was the first year I've been a speaker, and one lucky enough to be allowed two presentations. The first of them was a variation on talk I've been doing lately about typographic issues that should be considered when working with webfonts. Luckily, one of my colleagues was able to record it:

Given at ATypI in Reykjavík on 15 September 2011.

The slides themselves are here, in case you couldn't see them clearly in the video:

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