Tag Archives: open source

Better Google Fonts

Google Web Fonts is an awe­some source of free, open source fonts hooked up to a world-class CDN. It’s also, sad­ly, filled with one-off nov­el­ty fonts vying for the title of “the new Com­ic Sans.” I quick­ly dis­cov­ered that a good met­ric for high­­er-qual­i­­ty fonts was the pres­ence of at least one alter­nate. The Google […]

The Erudite 1.1 Released

After see­ing The Eru­dite in the wild for a few days, I’ve cleaned a few things up and released v1.1. This is the “who’d have guessed that peo­ple would use it in ways I would­n’t have guessed” edi­tion. If you’re a writer who wants read­ers, go ahead and down­load it.

The Erudite WordPress Theme

Most Word­Press themes are about more graph­ics, more bling, more spots for ban­ners ads and cus­tomiza­tion out the wazoo. There’s sure­ly a place for some of that. But some peo­ple start­ed blog­ging to, you know, write. The Eru­dite is a Word­Press theme for writ­ers. You can see it in action, or go to the project page […]