Much of Cerulea's long development took place here on Typophile. You may remember critique threads such as these from 2003, 2005, and 2009, and may wonder what came of any of that advice. So it bears mentioning that while Typophile was gone, the Cerulea family, now 14 fonts with more than 800 glyphs each, was finished and released. If you missed the release, I am even running the same 30% off sale this month!
While the "Release" forum is broken, I am assuming "News" is acceptable. The proper establishment of Cerulean Stimuli as a type foundry may count as news, at least; it took nearly a year of hazing with MyFonts, after all. There's more, too: Earlier this year I put out Walklike, a faux-Ancient-Egyptian-hieroglyphs comic hand.