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  1. Retailers - help your customers with disabilities help you!

    Isn't it great to be able to make holiday travel arrangements and to purchase gifts online during the holidays at your own convenience?  For people with disabilities who may not have easy access to transportation, the opportunity is invaluable.  If you sell goods and services online, you have an eager...

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  2. Web Accessibility: The big picture

    by Wayne Dick

    Tired of lots of links to websites that only tell you part of the accessibility story? Do you feel like you can't get your arms around web accessibility? Well the Educational Outreach Working Group has a set of slides that might answer your questions, and help you present a great...

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  3. Uncle Sam needs YOU! (to make dot gov better)

    My fellow citizens, now is the time to come to the aid of your country.  The feds are are serious about wanting diverse, constructive input about how to improve online services to the public - and they are actively listening.  Here's the scoop:  As part of President Obama's Campaign to...

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  4. Nose to the Page (4) – Access to Literacy

    by Wayne Dick

    The Commercial Disability Visual readers with low vision (VR/LV) do not have the assistive technology they need for the simple task of reading.  This technology exists for W3C technologies like HTML with CSS, but even that access is difficult to realize.  While the accessibility community focuses all its efforts on...

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  5. Knowbility, AIR and September 11, 2001

    Our local NPR station, the daily paper and countless other media spigots are asking for remembrances of 9/11.   As my mind goes back to that day and I allow the political to fall away, what I remember is the Accessibility Internet Rally for Austin (AIR-Austin). At that time AIR was...

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