In the last year, a plethora of new technologies have hit the web, creating immense and often unexplored opportunities for artists and designers. One of the unforgettable bullet points on this list of upgrades, is the addition of web fonts. Previously, if typographic visionaries wanted to work with real text online, rather than resorting to add-ons like adobe flash, they were limited to a depressingly short list of web-safe fonts, which were either overused or comic sans. Today, It is now possible for typographers to make their work available to web designers through a wide variety of formats. These typefaces can then be supercharged using new browser technologies such as html5 canvas, css3 transforms, and the massive and powerful vector-based SVG specification. The goal of Web Typography for the Lonely is to explore the outer reaches of these technologies: deconstructing and reconstructing typography in fascinating and inspiring ways.