Designers spend an alarming amount of time scrolling through lists of typefaces on their computers, or paging through font books. Typeface previews within layout packages tend to be tiny and not particularly helpful. MyFontBook is a browser-based application that reads all of the typefaces installed on your machine, then displays the results in a very easy to view grid. Click on a particular typeface, and sample line of text also displays at the bottom of the screen. The site allows registered users to add their own tags to any/all of the typefaces, which for those willing to put in the time, could become a powerful time-saver when trying to narrow down font candidates. Downsides include a significant wait when re-loading your typeface selection upon relaunching your browser.