Mobile Websites Can Have Nice Fonts Too

95b99419138620c939f1582fc0cd8b9b?s=47 Laura Kalbag
June 01, 2012

Mobile Websites Can Have Nice Fonts Too

From a talk at Over The Air 2012 at Bletchley Park

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Laura Kalbag

June 01, 2012
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    format('woff'), url('strangelove-webfont.ttf') format('truetype'), url('strangelove-webfont.svg#webfontDlgd7POC') format('svg'); font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; } body { font-family: 'Strangelove', Arial, sans-serif; font-style: normal; }
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  37. Pantalaimon scampered before her, flowing up the stairs to the

    very top, where Lyra's bedroom was. Lyra barged open the door, dragged her rickety chair to the window, flung wide the casement, and scrambled out. Pantalaimon scampered before her, flowing up the stairs to the very top, where Lyra's bedroom was. Lyra barged open the door, dragged her rickety chair to the window, flung wide the casement, and scrambled out.
  38. In every part of the kingdom there were dye works

    and brick kilns, forests and atomcraft works that paid rent to Jordan, and every quarter-day the bursar and his clerks would tot it all up, announce the total to the Concilium, and order a pair of swans for the feast. Some of the money was put by for reinvestment—Concilium had just approved the purchase of an office blog in Manchester—and the rest was used to pay the Scholars' modest stipends and the wages of the servants
  39. Part  Three:  Svalbard Eighteen      Fog  and  Ice  

     227 Nineteen      Captivity    240 Twenty      Mortal  Combat    254 Twenty-­‐One      Lord  Asriel's  Welcome    226 Twenty-­‐Two      Betrayal    279 Twenty-­‐Three      The  Bridge  to  the  Stars    286 Lantern  Slides    294
  40. Pantalaimon  scampered  before  her,  Blowing  up  the  stairs  to  the

     very  top,   where  Lyra's  bedroom  was.  Lyra  barged  open  the  door,  dragged  her  rickety   chair  to  the  window,  Blung  wide  the  casement,  and  scrambled  out.  There  was   a  lead-­‐lined  stone  gutter  a  foot  wide  just  below  the  window,  and  once  she   was  standing  in  that,  she  turned  and  clambered  up  over  the  rough  tiles  until   she  stood  on  the  topmost  ridge  of  the  roof.  There  she  opened  her  mouth  and   screamed.  Pantalaimon,  who  always  became  a  bird  once  on  the  roof,  Blew   round  and  round  shrieking  rook  shrieks  with  her. The  evening  sky  was  awash  with  peach,  apricot,  cream:  tender  little  ice-­‐ cream  clouds  in  a  wide  orange  sky.  
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  54. There was a lead-lined stone gutter a foot wide just

    below the window, and once she was standing in that, she turned and clambered up over the rough tiles until she stood on the topmost ridge of the roof. There she opened her mouth and screamed. There was a lead-lined stone gutter a foot wide just below the window, and once she was standing in that, she turned and clambered up over the rough tiles until she stood on the topmost ridge of the roof. There she opened her mouth and screamed.
  55. Some of the money was put by for reinvestment-- Concilium

    had just approved the purchase of an office blog in Manchester--and the rest was used to pay the Scholars' modest stipends and the wages of the servants Giddyup
  56. Museo Sans In every part of the kingdom there were

    dye works and brick kilns, forests and atomcraft works that paid rent to Jordan… Rococo Cocoon Embrionic In every part of the kingdom there were dye works and brick kilns, forests and atomcraft works that paid rent to Jordan… Rococo Cocoon
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