(An entry so people don’t think I’m dead.) Last week I watched the Apple keynote from Seybold. It wasn’t a Steve-note, but Phil is pretty good at giving a show. He didn’t show anything new, but he spent a time covering a significant number of the publishing features present in OS X. One of the biggest issues I think Apple has in “selling” OS X is that it is hard to talk about all of the interesting new features.
Phil spent considerable time talking about fonts. Given my graphic artist lustings, I like fonts. And Apple has shipped lots of really nice ones as part of OS X. So I spent part of this weekend playing with them and modifying my website to prefer those fonts. Unfortunately those of you without OS X will not be able to see them, but I know the OS X people will have fun.
I made some minor tweaks to the layout of my main journal page. I’m not sure I am completely happy with the changes, but I will keep tweaking them.
There is also a new section that I am just starting on my main site to provide support for users of my server. It is small now, but will grow as I write more. Shoot me an email if you have any suggestions.
P.S. Do you think I put enough links in this entry? I’m not sure.