Twenty faces

I have very much enjoyed the Twenty Faces feature on textism. As is clear from this article on A List Apart – and indeed from any cursory glance of typography-aware sites – the ability to choose a font from a group that to many seem to have no difference to each other is a fundamental part of the construction of websites, if not only for sanity-based purposes.
There was a time when Georgia would have done the trick for me but certainly any newsprint will involve one of the twenty fonts presented here, and if it wasn’t so difficult to sort out (apart from using images[!]) then that change would be reflected here. But, of course, it won’t be – too much time fiddling about with style sheets is sure to lead to some sort of frustration.