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Some on this list might be interested in the article I just wrote for The Magazine about the typography of ebooks and design for the screen – or rather, for a plethora of screens:
Although The Magazine is subscription based, non-subscribers can read the full text of one article a month.
Readers may enjoy my article “Web Standards for E-Books” at A List Apart, particularly the sections on exactly which typographic features E-book files should and must not contain. (Of the latter: Ligatures, hung punct, hyphens.) I’m sure that Bringhurst apologists, who are a lot like Ayn Rand apologists, will fulminate with rage at what I have to say about the em dash.