i love fonts so here is my to (10) list

1 | www.highfonts.com/
        A well-designed free fonts site that offers over 3,000 selections. Fonts
        are organized alphabetically and you may preview each selection
        before downloading it. The site also offers a roundup of programs that
        let you create your own fonts.

2 | www.urbanfonts.com/
        This site offers a good, searchable roundup of free fonts and dingbats
        for PC and Mac. Here, you’ll find over 8,000 fonts, sorted
        alphabetically. The site also includes a helpful FAQ to answer your font-
        related questions.

3 | www.fontmaniac.com//
        Are you looking for free fonts? This uncluttered, easy-to-navigate site
        offers a nice and stylistically diverse collection of free fonts, sorted

4 | www.acidfonts.com/
        At this well-organized site, you’ll find over 4,000 freeware fonts and
        dingbats, for Windows and Mac. There is also a good selection of font
        utilities, as well as a helpful “frequently asked questions” section.

5 | www.fontface.com/main.html
        This is an essential site for anyone in search of the latest and greatest
        free fonts on the Web. Often imitated, but never equaled, this
        pioneering site is home of the original “Font of the Day,” which shows
        you, at a glance, what the Web’s hottest new fonts are.
        FontFace.com has over 800 fonts and each font can be previewed via
        a nifty JavaScript “FontFirst” feature. (Note: fonts are available here
      for both Windows and Mac).

6 | www.searchfonts.com/
        A solid, uncluttered free fonts resource, this site features an excellent
        search engine to help you find the font style you’re looking for, quickly

7 | www.fontasy.de/
        Tilman Schalmey’s fast-growing resource serves up over 1,600 free
        fonts, arranged alphabetically. The site offers a solid selection of fonts
        that we haven’t seen elsewhere. Fontasy.de is offered in both the
        English and German languages.

8 | www.007fonts.com/
        Here, you’ll find a solid, alphabetized roundup of several hundred fonts.
        Not all of the fonts here are free (some are shareware, but they’re
        clearly marked as such). There’s a nifty free instant logo generator
        here that lets you create custom images, using any font

9 | www.webfxmall.com/fonts/
        This nicely-designed resource offers over 400 free Windows TrueType 
        fonts, conveniently organized. There’s a “Top 10” listing and an archive
        of past favorites. A good collection, with many fonts that we’ve not
        seen elsewhere. This site offers a message board for you to place
        requests on. There are also helpful tips and tricks on using fonts

10|  fonts.tom7.com/
        Divide By Zero serves up a eye-catching collection of original TrueType
        fonts. They’re free to use, but may not be resold (as part of a
        collection on CD, for example). Webmaster Tom Murphy doesn’t beat
        around the bush on this site; he gets straight to the fonts on the main
        page. Each font is annotated with interesting commentary about its
        creation and suggestions for use. For those in a hurry, you can get all
        the fonts in a convenient ZIP file.