I had the distinct pleasure of being a guest on Craig Crossman’s Computer America August 5th. We covered a lot of basics during my hour and a half stint. To listen to the show, visit Craig’s archive page and click on the Friday, August 5 link.
all things type…
Category Archives: About FontGeek
Hello, my name is Scott Stoel and after about a two year hiatus, FontGeek.net is back. I’ve moved the blog to a new format and am ready to continue blogging about fonts, font management and making font related work-flows more efficient. But if you were a FontGeek reader and you want to look at the older posts, I’ve kept them posted here.
There was one article in particular that was very helpful that I chose to repost. Benjamin Levisay’s Dealing with Jumbled Fonts in Your Browser and E-mail Programs was a piece I referred many people to and I didn’t think I could leave hidden on the old site.
We hope you like our take on fonts and font management, and we hope you come back often to see our posts. We’d like to hear your feedback. FontGeek a is a closed forum, so if you want to contact me you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you think you have a suggestion or solution that others would benefit from, I’d be glad to post it as a “Talk Back” item and give you credit.
Also, in the interest of full disclosure, I work for Insider Software where we make products that streamline creative and productivity processes, including the industry-leading FontAgent Pro family of font management products. So in the interest of preserving the objectivity of this site, I will not review any font management software or any other application that competes with our offerings, and that includes those released by Insider. If you think you might have a opinion about a software offering that we should share that represents an objective viewpoint, please get in touch with me and I will consider publishing it here.
Thanks for logging on and I hope you will enjoy the continued adventures of FontGeek v.2.