Typography effects with CSS3

More possibly unusable but very nicely made CSS3 effects. This time with typography:

I do believe there is a place for many of these effects if used with subtlety and when appropriate. However, I also imagine that there are many who could create monsters with CSS3 if given half a chance, crowbarring effects in at every opportunity. The phrase ‘With great power, comes great responsibility’ keeps being thrown around lately. I think that’s a little dramatic for a few browser effects, but take the point. Basically it all boils down to being selective, sparing and tasteful.

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