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  1. Random Notes

    Random Notes by Ron Hicks, March, 25 2011 Fair is Fair: For those of you who haven’t kept up…After 20 years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has made a prudent and cautious gesture toward realizing the “ADA´s promise to provide an equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in...

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  2. Jim Thatcher receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 26th Annual CSUN Conference

    Nearly 200 people gathered to recognize Jim Thatcher's unparalleled contributions to technology access on May 17th at the CSUN Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego.  The occasion was an award from Jim's peers to honor a life dedicated to ensuring technology access for people with disabilities.  Leading...

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  3. From SXSW to CSUN!

    by Knowbility

    Made the jump from SXSW to CSUN and learned these lessons on Wednesday: Glenda really is a good witch,  She and Deque's Wes Dillon worked a bit of magic on our behalf - thanks! Lisa Herrod has great ideas about engaging web teams in accessibility by re-categorizing WCAG 2.0 into...

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  4. Tuesday brought more lessons from SXSW Interactive.

    by Knowbility

    Tuesday brought more lessons from SXSW Interactive.  A few of them follow in no particular order Dewey Winburne may not have been a saint, but was certainly a genius Undecided about the tradeshow mash-up, will know tomorrow Accessibility barriers come from ignorance more often than neglect LousSign interpreters are beautiful...

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  5. Lessons learned Monday at SXSW

    by Knowbility

    Monday brought us these lessons at SXSW: Volunteers keep the world turning Don't miss the train! Nice to have Ed Ward back in Austin, Molly Holtzschag (molly.com) is practical, insightful and has a heart as big as her smile. if you decide to have a booth at the tradeshow, forget...

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