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  1. Knowbility Takes SXSW by Storm & Announces Winners of AIR!

    by Carolyn

    It’s a Friday in Austin. By any regards, it’s just another day in just another city. In fact, if you walked through downtown today, you would have no idea that little more than a week ago, one of the world’s largest trio of festivals flooded the streets with geeks, movie...

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  2. A modest list of accessibility events at SXSWi

    Two themes continued to surface during this last glorious week spent with the accessibility tribe at the CSUN Conference on Assistive Technology.  One has to do with professionalization of the field and the other with communication to those other than the initiated. I can't think of a better place than...

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  3. Knowbility, Inc. Presents John Slatin AccessU 2012!

    by Carolyn

    Join us in Austin on  May 15-16, 2012 for John Slatin AccessU, a two-day intensive training conference for web developers and designers, IT managers, policy developers, usability professionals, media specialists, and more. If you believe that the web should empower all people, if you need information on how to meet...

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  4. AccessU at CSUN 2012: Policy and Testing -- Sustaining Accessibility Throughout the Organization

    As AccessU at CSUN starts in less than a week, we have been profiling the speakers who will share their experience and knowledge, and themselves learn in the process.  I thought I'd close the series by telling you a bit about what I'll be doing at the conference. I'll also...

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  5. AccessU at CSUN 2012: Progressive Enhancement

    Derek Featherstone, one of the Web accessibility community's most dynamic speakers, will explain and illustrate the idea of progressive enhancement beginning at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, February 28. In this session, Derek will build upon the technical information that others have covered such as developing with CSS3, HTML5, and WAI-ARIA...

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