Several people have commented that this site is harder to read now, because of the change in typeface and the white background. One solution is to zoom the page and make everything a little easier to read.
In Internet Explorer or Firefox, select the window or browser tab containing the page you want to zoom, hold down the Ctrl key, and move the mouse wheel – forward to make the page larger, back to make it smaller, If you don’t have a mouse wheel, you can click the Change Zoom Level button in the lower right corner of the IE7 window and select a percentage. Or, in either IE or Firefox, press Ctrl+[plus sign] or Ctrl+[hyphen] to zoom in or out.
To return the zoom level to normal size, press Ctrl+0 (that’s a zero). Update: As Alex Danvy points out in the comments, you can’t use the 0 on the numeric keypad for this; you have to use the zero on the row of numbers above the QWERTY row. Or you can use Ctrl+[asterisk], but only if you use the asterisk on the numeric keypad, not the one above the number 8 on the number row of the keyboard. Thanks. Alex!
Zooming affects only the current page, isn’t persistent, and can be undone any time. Some pages look very strange when zoomed, but those built using a decent style sheet should look just fine zoomed a few clicks in either direction.