Webfonts Week: An Interview with Simon Daniels of Microsoft
Webfonts Week continues as we chat with a guy who has been instrumental in Microsoft’s focus on screen typography since 1995. Si Daniels was there for the development of Microsoft’s Core fonts for the Web, the EOT format, and the ClearType technology and fonts. We talk about where he sees Web typography headed and I ask the question that’s on the mind of everyone with a stake in Web embeddable fonts: when will Internet Explorer support the WOFF format?
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