Tahoma, your days are numbered. Arial, you’re old school.
The “Verdana” font has been impressing me lately. I’m pleased with its smoothness and I’m almost prepared to transition this entire site to it. I’m especially amused just looking at lowercase “m” or an “a.” These letters are examples how of a font can further lend credibility to your writing without adding the starched shirt, business-only seriousness that comes with some websites. So here’s one vote for Verdana, “Best Font of 2002.”