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  1. AccessU 2008 first timer

    by Desiree

    Knowbility held a conference last week called AccessU, and I was privileged to attend for the first time, as well as assist in one of the classes!    It was an excellent time for networking, a great chance to get to know some marvelous people in various capacities, and just overall...

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  2. Blogging, a new hobby?

    by Desiree

    All right, I think I am coming through!  This is my first experience with blogging, although I have read lots of other people's stuff.  I am totally blind, using jaws and have experienced a few slight barriers.  First off, I hope I am putting this text in the correct area, because...

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  3. AccessWorks interns join the blogroll

    As part of a project called AccessWorks, Knowbility has hired people with disabilities to perform web site accessibility assessment, research employment related topics on the web, and to blog about their experiences.  While our interns have found a great deal of documentation out there about  barriers to accessing information online,...

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  4. John Slatin Accessibility Fund Project

    Andrew Kirkpatrick from Adobe had a brilliant idea for doing two good things at once. He wanted to honor John Slatin's memory by spreading the accessibility gospel and to help Anna, John's best beloved meet the enormous expenses they incurred through John's illness. Andrew came up with the John Slatin...

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  5. John Meyer Slatin (1952 -2008)

    I am stunned by the passing of John Slatin, beloved colleague and mentor to me and so many others. John died on March 24th, 2008 of leukemia and left family, friends and colleagues devastated by the loss. Despite his long illness, we continued to believe that he would remain among...

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