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Music

FAWM, RPM Challenge, and Man With Small F

Well, I’ve done it. February may be the shortest month of the annual dozen, but this year it was jam-packed. Among copious other activities, I managed to record 16 new songs and produce an album. I did this along with thousands of other artists around the world who participate on either of two web sites […]

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A11y

Contacting the White House with a Screen Reader

As excited as I am to see the changing of the guard in the White House, I can’t resist pointing out a few significant accessibility problems with the newly unveiled whitehouse.gov website. The good news: There’s a changing of the guard! So I’m hopeful and optimistic that these problems will be fixed. This isn’t just […]

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A11y

Audio Description and the JW FLV Player

Greetings from CALWAC 2009. I’m preparing for a presentation on multimedia accessibility, and figure this seems like as good a time as any to write my fourth in a series of blog posts describing my efforts to create a DO-IT Video Search application that is fully conformant to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web […]

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A11y

Struggling with Understandability

Last week the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C’s) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 became a "W3C Recommendation", i.e., an official standard. In the current installment of my ongoing series on WCAG 2.0, I’m sharing my experiences with the following success criterion: 3.1.5 Reading Level: When text requires reading ability more advanced than the lower […]

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A11y

DO-IT Video Search Meets WCAG 2.0, Part 2

I began writing this blog post yesterday morning as the sun rose in Boulder, Colorado, and Boulder’s landmark Flat Irons slowly faded dramatically into view. Twenty-four hours later, the Flat Irons are obscured by falling snow, and Boulder is waking beneath a thin sheet of white. I’m here for Accessing Higher Ground, the annual gathering […]

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