What is sIFR?

So, what is sIFR?
Technically, sIFR (Scalable Inman Flash Replacement) is a technology that allows you to replace text elements on screen with Flash equivalents. With sIFR technique you can style your headings, pullquotes, paragraphs or text blocks with any font - without the users having it installed on their PC.
sIFR is accessible, compatible and beautiful. Styling a web-site with CSS and sIFR, you can make sure that the web-page remains accessible even if the Flash plug-in isn't installed or Javascript isn't enabled. If one or other is not available, the browser will fall back to traditional CSS based styling.
Where can I see it?
Meanwhile a lot of sites have been using sIFR for styling text elements on their web-pages. However, an official example of sIFR technology demonstrates perfectly, how it can change the styling of a page.
Where can I find the detailed information about sIFR and its use?
The detailed information about sIFR technology and its use can be found on the following sites.
Introducing sIFR: The Healthy Alternative to Browser Text »
There is no need to explain what is sIFR if one of the creators of the technology provides an excellent overview of the healthy alternative to browser text, its development and its use.
sIFR Revolution der Webtypografie? »
Gerrit van Aaken introduces the sIFR technology for German-speaking developers. The article provides the information about sIFR validity, accessibility, its advantages and disadvantages, and speculates whether sIFR is going to make a revolution in web typography.