Have been off the accessibility and web standards bandwagon a while, so interested to see Jeff Zeldman’s post on reviewing the top 100 US sites for W3C HTML compliance. Only about a dozen sites at or near 100%, which really isn’t all that different from 5 years ago in my experience. Would be interesting to […]
It’s all over the accessible web: after the 7 years of soul-searching, deliberations and loads of committee meetings, 456 Berea Street reports that WCAG 2.0 released today. My guess is they decided to trump Joe Clark and his WCAG Samurai. You can bet there’ll be back-slapping all over Zurich for a long time to come.
Have been trying to read a book by John Ralston Saul for some time now called “Voltaire’s Bastards: the dictatorship of reason in the West.” Have only gotten 100 pages in – I’ve managed to lose the book twice, and had to track it down again – but already it’s outlining what it says on […]