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Twitter Roundup – January

Wow, this first month of 2010 flew by! So much going on in the Twittersphere, as usual. Here’s a quick summary of some great articles mentioned in the Twitter accessibility community. Please comment with anything outstanding that I’ve missed!

Also, on a sad note, we recently mourned the loss of Jack Pickard; a huge loss in the web accessibility community. Jack was a great web accessibility expert and advocate.

Roundup: Accessibility Links on Twitter

Here’s a list of some great links relating to web accessibility going around Twitter last week.

Accessibility Round-Up from Twitter

Accessibility Review: by Joe Dolson.

In the United Kingdom, join the campaign for Offcom to increase audio description on TV from 10% to 20%.

Wanted: Flash and Dojo accessibility experts for contract work. Contact John Foliot at the email address: jfoliot AT stanford DOT edu.

Update on The Paciello Group’s ARIA role support: how the Windows browsers stack up.

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Web Accessibility News

Latest goings-on in the web accessibility community. Found all on a valuable resource, Twitter!

For Review: Updated WCAG 2.0 Documents

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) Working Draft documents were updated 17 May 2007. These documents incorporate resolutions to comments from the 2006 Last Call Working Draft. The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) encourages you to review the WCAG 2.0 Working Draft and submit any new comments. Please see the additional information in:

Please send comments by 29 June 2007.