Thanks for the information, fellas.
Originally Posted by Parker
The quick answer as I was taught:
Typeface: the unique design of a set of typographic characters (i.e. what it looks like)
Font: the physical manifestation of those characters (i.e. the actual thing itself)
In the dark ages, a font meant all the cast metal pieces that would form a typeface at a single size, say 12-point Times Roman. The metal pieces have since been...