The Hamilton Type Museum is a type lover's dream come true. Wired introduced me to this celebration of the history of printing explaining that the, "Hamilton is a working museum, where first-time visitors and longtime patrons alike can get their hands dirty. Ten of the museum’s 62 printing presses work, and visitors can learn entry level typesetting or basic letterpress printing."
Unlimited Mag by Víctor Guerrero Vila is a gorgeous student project with too many cool pages to show here. I've selected a few of my favorites and I especially love the stab bound cover.
Fonts in use is one of my favorite websites to browse for inspiration. Books, magazines, signs, and other fonts in the wild are shared. Both users and staff submit different examples that are easily sorted by medium, font, industry, or key word.
I really like the white on black chalky look of this hand lettering by Mark Serrano. Into the Mystic also happens to be one of my favorite songs.
Citylab has the excellent round up of the use of the letter "M" in metropolitan logos around the world. Gathering 77 different M's from public transportation systems, author Eric Jaffe groups them by style and compares and contrasts their varying features.
Now, it looks like Google will take their support of all things HTTPS one step further in Chrome and will mark all websites that don't serve up an SSL certificates as non-secure.