Having started doing serious design work after the major shift to web publishing, I feel I somehow missed out on what many seasoned veterans of design have dealt with, the medium of print. For me, typography has mainly consisted of trying to figure out which fonts are common to various versions of Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems, for use on the web.
So, to see a well thought out and throughly written set of articles on typography was great. The article is by Mark Boulton, a British print/web designer. If doing layouts for print is one of your interests, or you just want to learn more about it (like me), then go check it out.
Also, if you're a web designer and are interested in how to use Flash to display nice anti-aliased text in fonts that aren't necessarily installed on the end-user's computer, check this out (by the guy who runs ESPN.com).