Yes, I’m playing with the blog’s fonts again. I really liked the Palatino body type I was using, but when my MacBook got sick I was forced back to the old Windows machine. And I must say I didn’t like the “Palatino Linotype” the Windows machine was substituting. Oh sure, I’d checked it out when I first made the change, but I didn’t spend much time sitting there looking at it and reading posts. My apologies to you Windows users for having inflicted it on you. The rendering may be related to my screens, but both were top of the line four years ago, so I consider them equivalent.
I’ve switched back to Museo Sans for the body type and hope you find it more readable. I retained Palatino in the header, because I’m particularly fond of the font’s capital P; it doesn’t look quite as good in Palatino Lino, but I’m indulging myself. I’d love to hear your opinions on the fonts here; be sure to mention which OS and browser you use.
August 2017: See Colophon for fonts currently in use.