Since Adobe didn't allow free use of Adobe fonts that come with CS embedded in your web site HTML code, I've been using Google web fonts in all my websites ( http://www.google.com/webfonts/ ).
Looked like Google would take away all of Adobe's history of being the leader in providing fonts...
But finally Adobe is responding by releasing free open source web fonts for use. The first one was just released, Source Sans Pro.
Adobe has generously added it to Google Web Fonts so just search "Source Sans Pro" on the link above to use the font on your websites.
For more info on Adobe Open Source fonts see Adobe's blog article here: http://blogs.adobe.com/typblography/2012/08/source-sans-pro.html
-- Jonathan at AtlantaWebDesignGA.com
Adobe has produced a number of nice fonts over the years but they certanly not been the lead, at least for a very long time.
Thanks for the info though, google fonts are not the only source and as many probably know you have typekit a lot of people use and @font-face is awesome of course.
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