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I’m sure we all agree that web font embedding is awesome and long-welcomed.
But since House Industries and HF&J are not yet on board, I’m looking for similar alternative. Oh hivemind, can you suggest some alternatives to Neutraface or Verlag?
While we are waiting for WOFF support broadly, there are some protective measures available for webfonts to prevent them from being installed locally.
There is a technique of obfuscating the
name table, rendering it unusable as a system font, but fully functional as a webfont. Ethan Dunham of Font Squirrel and Fontspring has led much of the research below, based on some prior work from Peter Bilak of Typotheque and Philip Taylor with his Font Optimizer 
Specifically, these are the modifications for a TrueType font:
Nobody else seems to have posted this, so I will: The current CSS3 Fonts Module provides a syntax to use CSS to declare use of a few dozen OpenType properties. If I have the list correct, they are:
Pictured above is a working prototype that makes reading articles and longer works on the internet more like reading a book. Its content (the entire article, or chapter, or book) is loaded from a database and the front end presents it as pages in a spread.