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Don't be the Web Design Police. Rather be a resource that supports your content providers
Thoughts on strong strategic volunteer management (part 2)
A rant about retailers not accepting AMEX and short-term thinking as a whole.
Dear Ted (Falconar) (Letter), Aug22-88, Pt. 1 of 2
[Apologies, I went over time, in this recording, and the last sentence needs to be repeated in Part 2 of 2.] This is the link to th...
Adaptability: The Art of Winning
"This is a book about how people adapt. It's also a book about winning. Not just a winning by playing the same rules but playing better. ...
Concentrate on the Solution!
Should Everything Be Accessible?
I've created a transcript of this as well (see link below), in addition to some thoughts about the value of crowdsourcing to help increase accessibility: http://www.skipvision.com/blog/2009/04/17/crowdsourcing-for-better-web-accessibility/
Interesting, I tried and I can't seem to tab to it. How would a user get to it with a keyboard? I was able to enable it but only after clicking on it first.
Adobe Premiere CS4 has an audio-to-text transcribing feature for editing video - the same technology will find it's way to other products/services soon. Audio-boo's are already accessible to the visually impaired. I think the transcriptions are a good idea, but JoelDraper doesn't have to be the only one. Open it to the community like you've done on BoagWorld with the podcasts!
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Corporate Twitter Accounts Are Not Enough
This is what I keep trying to push at the company I work for. However, the advantages of opening up communication and adding transparency aren't easily measured monetarily. It also really scares the folks in marketing - the whole idea of letting people within your company speak on its behalf. Granted, the company Im at does use Twitter and FB, but it's a tightly controlled communication channel that does nothing more than to give off the impression that 'we are a forward thinking company'. Which, sadly, we aren't. I think it really comes down to the fact that so few companies are capable of adding that layer of objective transparency, because so few of them have nothing to hide.
See Inside A Business
Do more than convey facts