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TypeTweets - Typography on Twitter

Typetweets displays the last 100 tweets from Twitter that mention a typographic related term or phrase. It's been around for a while now but still a good source of type related tweets.

Easy way to find new leads, new content and type based gossip. Looks dead smart as well.

TypeSites

TypeSites is the main site holding TypeTweets which is/was edited by Kyle Meyer, who you can follow on Twitter. Sadly, Typesites appears to have been abandoned for some months now, but nevertheless, still some interesting content in the archives. Some of the contributors included Elliot Jay Stocks, Joey Pfeifer, Vivien Anayian, and John Arnor Lom.








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