I love this blog post about the font Kinescope: http://ilovetypography.com/2007/10/13/if-fonts-were-chocolate/
Kinescope is a wonderful font. I would have never learned about it were it not for I Love Typography. I would definitely use this font for something fun and free type of design project. It would be a great font to use for a restaurant or a gift shop.
I also like how you can read it even in small size and I definitely love how you can set it in contextual alternates mode so for example, the letter e is not extending in the end like the in love versus the e in lovely.
Check out my video about Kinescope:
Identify that Font is a great article for those who need a font identified. In the past, I have found a font that I liked and wanted to know the name of, but I could not identify it. This article suggests What the Font. You can upload an image and then it will identify the font for you. Make sure you lighten the image of the font if needed and adjust the contrast properly. Once done editing for maximum clarity, upload the largest image of the font you have for maximum font identification accuracy. The maximum size is 360 pixels wide.
If What the Font could not identify the your image, make sure to use What the Font Forum where type enthusiasts can help you identify the font. For more help identifying your font visit this I Love Typography article: http://ilovetypography.com/2007/08/19/identify-that-font/