We all want wonky neat fonts. We all want to be cool publishers. What web fonts offers is some delay in serving pages (but that's against the third party). If we offer the fonts that's bandwidth out of our pocket before showing a lick.
(Graphic arts and publishing background... musician, too which makes me artsy-fartsy already)
This is a good thing, as posted. The google version does not display for me. I run NoScript... I suspect the Typekit will fail, too. Might keep that in mind before jumping on the bandwagon and expending "x" hours of time and effort (and dollars, too) for something that will not display as intended.