The second edtion – with a foreword by Erik Spiekermann – has over doubled in size, the specimens have been reclassified to modern standards, and the index (now 1/6 of the book) has been deeply cross referenced, allowing you to – among other things – find the glyphs required for a particular language.
I haven’t bitten the bullet with Jekyll yet, which means I haven’t registered a domain, which means I haven’t even begun to work on my `front end dev`-focused website.
I do have a bunch of articles saved, and I’m ready to post about / link to them, but the site’s not ready yet.
So, until then, I have to break my “no front end dev topics” on TheOverAnalyzed rule. ↩