Engadget, a font by John Stracke, www.thibault.org/fonts/ .
This font is called Engadget because it is based on the modernistic letters in the logo of the Engadget blog (www.engadget.com).
It is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). You should have received a copy of the LGPL along with this program; it's in a file called COPYING. If not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA, or see www.fsf.org/licenses/lgpl.txt .
Where the LGPL refers to "source code", I take that to refer to the file called Engadget.sfd, which is a file for editing with pfaedit (see pfaedit.sourceforge.net), an outline font editor program. Pfaedit is not LGPLed, but its license does seem to count as free software (it's BSD-style, without the advertising clause). Thus, according to the LGPL, if you distribute this font, you must make Engadget.sfd available to the recipient(s) under the terms the LGPL specifies for source availability.
At the time of this writing, Engadget.sfd is available on my Website at www.thibault.org/fonts/engadget/ .