Blog Posts to read

Blog: Accessible Culture

  1. Videos of Screen Readers with Basic HTML5 and ARIA Landmarks
  2. Slides from OZeWAI 2011
  3. JAWS, IE and Headings in HTML5
  4. Small Change to Site Architecture
  5. Responsive Data Tables and Screen Reader Accessibility
  6. Take the Time with Quick Reviews to Go Into Detail
  7. HTML5, ARIA Roles, and Screen Readers in March 2011
  8. Programmatically Determined
  9. VoiceOver and Tables with an Empty First Header Cell
  10. Title Attributes as Form Control Labels
  11. Accessible ARIA Tabs
  12. "Continue Reading" Links in WordPress
  13. Visible Keyboard Focus
  14. NVDA and JAWS with Links to Previously Hidden Anchors
  15. In-Page Links and Input Focus [Again]
  16. HTML5, ARIA Roles, and Screen Readers in May 2010
  17. Variations on Ginader’s [Awesome] Accessible Tabs
  18. JAWS, Window-Eyes and Character References

Blog: Simply Accessible

  1. Five Stages of Accessibility
  2. Accessibility Testing: Correction Scenarios
  3. Aim for the Stars: Pragmatism and Transcripts
  4. Knowing when to break the rules
  5. Accessibility and HTML5 Block Links
  6. Keyboard Accessible YouTube Controls
  7. Images in Context
  8. Better for Accessibility
  9. Will we ever get required fields right?
  10. Hands-free for now
  11. WCAG 2.0: Beyond Web Content
  12. Custom Styles for iOS
  13. Safari 5 User Styles
  14. Speed vs Accessibility
  15. Form Error Messages
  16. Required Form Fields
  17. Search Form Layout
  18. Search Results Page Layout

Blog: Yahoo Accessibility - Code Library

  1. Understanding ARIA Widgets
  2. Open-Captions, Using Closed Captions as Meta Data for ASL
  3. Enabling Full Keyboard Access on the Mac
  4. Techniques for High-Contrast-Friendly Icons
  5. Easy Fixes to Common Accessibility Problems
  6. Create Dynamic Form Labels with ARIA
  7. An Accessible Solution for Yahoo Search Direct
  8. Using ARIA to Fix Non-standard Images on Flickr
  9. Creating Accessible Image Links
  10. Quick Navigation Mode In VoiceOver Screen Reader for the Mac
  11. Test ARIA and Focus with Bookmarklets
  12. Keyboard Accessibility for Web Applications
  13. Next generation web accessibility: Improvement of usability for disabled users
  14. Test ARIA and Focus with Bookmarklets
  15. Keyboard Accessibility for Web Applications
  16. Next generation web accessibility: Improvement of usability for disabled users
  17. Build an accessible ratings widget
  18. Use ARIA to define invalid responses for form inputs
  19. Welcome to the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab’s Code Library
  20. When should you use ARIA role=”application”?
  21. Five Layers of Accessibility
  22. How to define required inputs with ARIA and HTML5
  23. Form labels: visible and hidden
  24. How to Temporarily Disable CSS for Testing
  25. Clip your hidden content for better accessibility
  26. Use ARIA region for modules
  27. Use Headers for Semantic Structure
  28. Accessible solutions for hiding content
  29. Add language declarations for multilingual pages
  30. Accessible Data Tables
  31. Make your images accessible
  32. FCC Open Developer Day: Open and Accessible
  33. Avoid “read more” Links in your WordPress Blog

Blog: The Paciello Group Blog

  1. What Does a Venture Capitalist Know about Web Accessibility Anyway?
  2. Rough Guide: browsers, operating systems and screen reader support
  3. WCAG 2.0 parsing error bookmarklet
  4. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: title attribute use and abuse
  5. Are Delay Tactics Preventing Passage of New Section 508 Disability Law?
  6. How YOU can join the W3C HTML5 Working Group in 4 easy steps
  7. HTML5 canvas accessibility discussions 2009-2011
  8. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: using nested figure elements
  9. Latest ARIA landmark support data
  10. HTML5 semantics and accessibility
  11. Detecting if images are disabled in browsers
  12. CSS, HTML, ARIA, browsers, assistive technology and interoperability
  13. Opera doesn’t work with screen readers – does it matter?
  14. Browser & Assistive Technology Tests Redux
  15. Brief history of browser accessibility support
  16. Google Chrome Frame – still an accessibility black hole?
  17. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: the figure and figcaption elements
  18. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: SVG text alternative example
  19. Accessibility Notes: 2nd August 2011
  20. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: ARIA landmark support
  21. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: form control labeling
  22. U.S. Department of Education Alert on Accessibility
  23. Web Accessibility Toolbar 2011 – Updated
  24. aViewer beta – updated
  25. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: Block Links
  26. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: Conflicting advice and requirements
  27. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: ARIA & validation
  28. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: the alt decision
  29. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: Just use a (native HTML) button
  30. Web Accessibility Toolbar 2011
  31. TPG Partners With Deque to Expand Accessibility Services
  32. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: section elements
  33. Tweaking HTML5 – edition for web authors
  34. Comparison of ARIA roles exposed via MSAA and UI Automation in IE9
  35. HTML5 Accessibility Chops: the placeholder attribute
  36. HTML5 Accessibility Challenges
  37. Using the HTML title attribute
  38. Using WAI ARIA Landmark Roles – updated
  39. HTML5 accessibility
  40. JAWS Support for ARIA
  41. Accessibility testing tools
  42. US Access Board to Hold Technology Listening Sessions in Chicago
  43. HTML5 Canvas Accessibility in Internet Explorer 9
  44. Adobe Flex Accessibility Webinar
  45. Google Chrome Screen Reader Support update
  46. AViewer beta
  47. When will Google Chrome be accessible?
  48. HTML5: Techniques for providing useful text alternatives
  49. Making sure hidden frames are hidden
  50. HTML5 and the myth of WAI-ARIA redundance
  51. AOL Selects The Paciello Group to Enhance Accessibility of Dynamic Web Applications
  52. Access Board Announces Section 508/Section 255 Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
  53. Update on the Section 508 / Section 255 Guidelines
  54. Freedom of Choice
  55. High Contrast Proof CSS Sprites
  56. alt and title content display in popular browsers
  57. ComputerWorld says ‘Safari 4 Tuned to Web Standards…Accessibility…ARIA”
  58. Free Online Seminar: Accessible Content Workflow with Adobe InDesign CS4 and Acrobat 9
  59. ARIA role support: how the Windows browsers stack up – Update
  60. The Paciello Group and Riverdocs Announce Accessibility Services for Legacy PDF Documents
  61. Apple Webkit Gets Serious About WAI-ARIA (on Mac)
  62. Google Chrome Frame – accessibility black hole
  63. Accessible drag and drop using WAI-ARIA now in French
  64. US Access Board to Release Pre-Draft of New Section 508/255 Standards
  65. WAI-ARIA Implementation in JavaScript UI Libraries – updated
  66. PDF Accessibility Webinar
  67. ARIA Role Support in Safari 4.0
  68. Notes on accessibility of text replacement using HTML5 canvas
  69. Thinking About HTML 5 canvas Accessibility
  70. Webinar Rerecorded: Adobe Flash and WCAG 2
  71. Google Chrome 2.0 Accessibility Improvements?
  72. Comparison of ARIA roles exposed via MSAA and UI Automation in IE8
  73. AOL/TopCoder Accessibility Developer Competition
  74. PDF Forms & WCAG 2.0 Webinar
  75. Flash & WCAG 2.0 Webinar
  76. Adobe PDF & WCAG 2.0 Webinar
  77. The Paciello Group and Adobe Present WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Webinars for Flash and PDF
  78. The Paciello Group and WebAIM Announce Web Site Certification Services for Accessibility
  79. WAI-ARIA role support – How the MAC browsers stack up
  80. WAI-ARIA role support – How the browsers stack up
  81. CSUN Tweetup
  82. W3C Validator for MAC OSX with Experimental WAI-ARIA Support
  83. How Can I Validate (X)HTML + ARIA?
  84. Color Contrast Analyzer 2.2 – updated contrast ratio
  85. Testing ARIA User Input control’s navigation support.
  86. Testing WAI-ARIA Role Support
  87. Contrast Analyser, Version 2.1
  88. Free ARIA
  89. Google Chrome Accessibility
  90. The Helen Project – More Social Accessibility
  91. JAWS version 10 with WAI-ARIA live region support!
  92. Hands-On Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) @ SXSW Interactive 2009
  93. Do WAI-ARIA – Google Is!
  94. A Brave New alt in {HTML5}
  95. Introduction to WAI ARIA – Gez Lemon
  96. Social Accessibility – Threes a Crowd?
  97. Circumventing Hegemony in the HTML WG
  98. ARIA Slider, Part 3
  99. RNIB Surf Right Toolbar Released
  100. ARIA Slider, Part 2
  101. Sucking on WCAG 2.0
  102. WAI-ARIA, it’s Easy – @media 2008
  103. ARIA Slider, Part 1
  104. Making Twitter Tweet – Using the TPG Notifier
  105. HTML5 and alt: The editors new clothes
  106. Developer Beware: Using Flash to Detect Screen Readers
  107. Advisory Committee Presents Report on Updated 508 Standards
  108. Volunteer to Support the John Slatin Fund Accessibility Project
  109. ARIA Toggle Button and Tri-state Checkbox examples
  110. Roger Hudson on the evolving web and Webstock interviews
  111. How JAWS reads text
  112. Web Accessibility Toolbar 2.0 Chinese language version
  113. Applying WAI-ARIA to Yahoo! Mail
  114. IE 8: alt change and longdesc weirdness
  115. IE 8 beta with WAI ARIA SUPPORT!
  116. Screen Readers lack emphasis
  117. alt in HTML5 – Moving Forward
  118. The title attribute – what is it good for? (resurrected)
  119. alt in HTML5 Required? – to be or not to be
  120. AJAX and Screen Readers – Content Access Issues
  121. New WAI-ARIA Working Drafts Published
  122. HTML 5 first working draft released
  123. NVDA – a free and open source screen reader for Windows
  124. Opera’s Lie Blasts Microsoft on IE and Web Standards Support
  125. The Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF)
  126. Providing Context for Ambiguous Link Phrases
  127. CSS Editor bookmarklet for IE
  128. Fieldsets, Legends and Screen Readers
  129. One Reason Why Section 508 Isn’t Working
  130. The TPG Voice

Blog: Marco’s accessibility blog

  1. If you use the WAI-ARIA role “application”, please do so wisely!
  2. New in accessibility in Firefox 10
  3. Accessibility on the Mac: Progress report Jan 30, 2012
  4. Would you like to show us what assistive technology you use Firefox with?
  5. Accessible Firefox on Mac OS X – things are ramping up!
  6. If you’re not accessible, you lose sales and reputation
  7. Quick tip: Handling the sub menus in the WordPress 3.3 admin area with a screen reader
  8. Social networks and accessibility: A rather sad picture
  9. From WAI-ARIA to HTML5 and back…or maybe not?
  10. What’s new in Accessibility in Firefox 8.0
  11. Reworked accessibility focus handling now in Firefox nightly builds
  12. Firefox 7 is released, new features in accessibility
  13. Review: The all-new Yahoo! Mail web application
  14. NV Access receives a Mozilla grant to further push accessibility on the web
  15. What’s new in accessibility in Firefox 6
  16. Firefox 6: html:progress element accessibility
  17. Mozilla is launching the Aurora channel, bringing accessibility features to you more rapidly!
  18. Firefox 4 is here!
  19. The WebVisum extension needs you!
  20. First time driver: A critical fix for Firefox 4.0Beta11
  21. New accessibility support for HTML5 elements and attributes
  22. New in Accessibility in Firefox 4.0
  23. What’s up with all those windows?
  24. Apple’s iOS 4 supports WAI-ARIA landmarks
  25. A cheers to the try-server!
  26. Roundup: What is the Mozilla Accessibility Team working on?
  27. CSUN 2010 recap
  28. The new “Freedom Of Choice” does not account for accessibility needs!
  29. Easy ARIA Tip #5: aria-expanded and aria-controls
  30. Thunderbird 3 is coming out soon, and it’s accessible!
  31. New accessibility features in Firefox 3.6
  32. Happy birthday, Firefox!
  33. Easy ARIA Tip #4: Landmarks
  34. Firefox 3.5.4 fixes certain comboboxes on Linux with Orca
  35. NVDA 2009.1 beta, what’s in it for Firefox users?
  36. The importance of placement of HTML elements in a document
  37. New approaches to Flash and Java accessibility in the browser on Windows
  38. Recent happenings in accessibility-related projects financially supported by Mozilla
  39. The current state of accessible Firefox on the Mac, your help is appreciated!
  40. You’re a table, and I don’t care what lies underneath
  41. Use CSS3 transforms, makes your pages more accessible!
  42. Blind web devs, jump on the Firebug train!
  43. The WAI-ARIA Windows screen reader shootout
  44. New accessibility features in Firefox 3.5
  45. My first experience using an accessible touch screen device
  46. Exposure of audio and video elements to assistive technologies
  47. Last weeks in the “Accessible” module, May 11, 2009
  48. The descriptions are back!
  49. Last week in the “Accessible” module, April 20, 2009
  50. Extension tip, and feedback appreciated: Feed Sidebar
  51. Article on how to use NVDA and Firefox to test web sites for accessibility
  52. Why are web forums so unpopular with the blindness community?
  53. Updated ARIA-spiced form example to work in IE 8
  54. Last week in the “Accessible” module, March 30, 2009
  55. Last week in the “Accessible” module, March 24, 2008
  56. Last week in the “Accessible” module, March 16, 2009
  57. Happy birthday, world wide web!
  58. Last week in the “Accessible” module, March 9, 2009
  59. JQuery UI 1.7 released
  60. Firefox 3.0.7 fixes screen reader users in GMail!
  61. Last week in the “Accessible” module, March 2, 2009
  62. NVDA 0.6p3 released, quite some news for Mozilla users!
  63. What should the action name for an indeterminate checkbox be?
  64. Implementing a new feature in Gecko that may have an impact on accessibility? Ping the accessibility team and tell them!
  65. At FOSDEM 2009
  66. Accessibility fix in 3.0.6
  67. Seven things you may or may not know about me
  68. New feature: Nesting level and position information for HTML lists
  69. NV Access published their progress on the Mozilla Foundation grant
  70. Merry Christmas everyone!
  71. Firefox 3.0.5 accessibility: New features
  72. Mac OS X accessibility: A success story
  73. Starting an Accessible Name refactor, need your help in testing!
  74. Why I would not buy an iPod just yet
  75. Firefox 3.0.2 has been released, lots of accessibility improvements
  76. WebVisum had to switch to an invitational registration system, I can give out invites!
  77. Jim Zemlin on this year’s breakout of the Linux desktop
  78. JAWS 10 public beta’s Firefox 3 support: A review
  79. A job opportunity in Mozilla accessibility!
  80. New: Firefox 3 with Screen Readers FAQ online!
  81. ARIA in Gmail #2: Enhancing the Chat experience
  82. More ARIA in the news
  83. Progress on automated testing for the accessibility module
  84. ARIA in Gmail #1: Alerts
  85. Some random thoughts
  86. Support for text attributes and spell checking is coming in Firefox 3.1!
  87. Easy ARIA tip #3: aria-invalid and role “alert”
  88. WordPress 2.6 brings a lot of accessibility improvements!
  89. Review of the WebVisum Firefox extension
  90. Extension developers: 5 things to make your extension more accessible
  91. How to make JAWS 8.0 load the Firefox configuration for Firefox 3.0
  92. Firefox 3.0 coming Tuesday June 17!
  93. Two new ARIA related resources
  94. Accessibility testcases up in Litmus! Go and check them out!
  95. Extension developers: Give your extension an accessibility checkup for Firefox 3!
  96. Making the AwesomeBar even more awesome!
  97. Share your success stories with Mozilla Accessibility
  98. Impressions from SightCity 2008 in Frankfurt, Germany
  99. Impressions from a German Web 2.0 accessibility conference
  100. Social Bookmarking feature added to blog
  101. Are Ajax and Accessibility mutually exclusive?
  102. Some better evaluation of image markup
  103. Looking for help with a certain crasher
  104. Started on automated test case development
  105. Putting final touches on Firefox 3 accessibility
  106. Move completed
  107. Blog moves to new host
  108. A follow up to my Easy ARIA tip #2
  109. Easy ARIA tip #2: aria-labelledby and aria-describedby
  110. Yahoo!’s search now with language switching support
  111. Easy ARIA Tip #1: Using aria-required
  112. A lot of small but noticeable usability improvements
  113. What on earth are Places? :-)
  114. The future of mobile accessibility, a hopeful lookout
  115. A few important changes to the accessibility of the Location Bar
  116. Firefox integration into Linux also sounds native to the platform
  117. Merry Christmas everyone!
  118. Yahoo! demonstrating wai-aria roles and states with their YUI Menu Control
  119. Orca is gearing up with Firefox!
  120. Funny language announcements when reading messages in Thunderbird
  121. What’s new in accessibility for Firefox 3 article
  122. Firefox 3 Beta 2 now available for download!
  123. Welcome to Marco’s accessibility musings!

Blog: John Foliot

  1. CSUN 2012 Recap
  2. HTML5 Accessibility: aria-hidden and role=”presentation”
  3. Guideline for Ensuring Accessibility Success
  4. Accessible HTML5 Forms – Required Inputs
  5. My Thing About the Thing That Thing Wrote About Thing
  6. Not The Blog Post I Was Going To Write Today
  7. WYSIWYG support for @longdesc today
  8. My March Madness
  9. The current problem with the @poster attribute of the <video> element.
  10. <video>, Accessibility and HTML5 Today
  11. Thinking through Accessibility
  12. Open Web Camp II
  13. A Letter to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary
  14. Thoughts on <details> versus @summary
  15. Standard or Specification?
  16. Talismans, Active Listening, and a half-time show
  17. The most pressing Accessibility issue in HTML5 today? <video>
  18. Thoughts towards an accessible canvas

Blog: Henny Swan

  1. Mobile accessibility presentation at CSUN 2012
  2. Does accessibility have to be perfect?
  3. An interview with Kevin Chao
  4. Top ten tests for alternatives on mobile
  5. Talk is cheap – screen reader testing on mobile
  6. Accessibility for Information Architects
  7. Accessibility summit: Integrating Accessibility Across devices
  8. Quick tip: testing web content for screen readers without a screen reader
  9. Resources for Mobile Accessibility Guidelines
  10. WAI ARIA support on iOS
  11. Vodafone Foundation Smart Accessibility Awards 2011
  12. Screen reader support for abbr and span on mobile
  13. Getting to grips with a mobile accessibility strategy
  14. The Accessibility Summit 2011
  15. Use consistent text alternatives across desktop and mobile
  16. Mobile accessibility tip – Use visible anchored links
  17. Handling duplicated links using HTML5 and WAI ARIA
  18. Dickensian Disney: not down with the kids
  19. Establishing a screen reader test plan
  20. Principles of inclusive design and the UK eAccessibility Action Plan
  21. The open web needs you. Yes, you
  22. My Ada Lovelace ladies 2010
  23. CSUN Tweetup 2010 – to be live webcasted, yay
  24. Accessing the mobile web: myth or reality?
  25. “Inaccessible” by Our Man in Japan and his ukulele and remembering Jack Pickard
  26. “Where’s my Googlebox?!” – adventures in search for silver surfers
  27. WCAG Triple-A: “Accessibilty As An Afterthought”
  28. (X)HTML and ARIA validation – practical results vs. purity win?
  29. Make video accessible, localised, mobile and searchable by captioning
  30. Screen reader software usage shifts on desktop and mobile
  31. Yay factor! Going global with standards and BBC Click on web accessibility
  32. Techshare presentation: Is the mobile web disabled by design?
  33. Thoughts around universal access on mobile from Accessibility 2.0
  34. Standards.Next rocking cognition and accessibility
  35. Progressive enhancement for mobile: media queries
  36. Chinese translations of “Introduction to Web Accessibility” from WebAim
  37. An interview with Jamie Knight: autism and accessible web design
  38. Adding Londesc support to Opera 10.10
  39. Downloading Opera on Wii (added bonus it’s also free)
  40. Accessibility 2.0 – September 22nd, London
  41. Standards.Next: cognition and accessibility
  42. Flash and keyboard access across browsers
  43. Using Opera 10 Beta with VoiceOver
  44. Interview with Technikwuerze: Unite, accessibility, HTML5, SVG, education and Opera’s role
  45. A brief history of web standards – available in Traditional and Simplified Chinese
  46. Just how accessible is SVG?
  47. Yay Factor: Accessibility 2.0, MetroShips, Coverville and the solar eclipse
  48. HTML5 Tips: structral elements, Doctype and ARIA
  49. Opera accessibility: where we’re at
  50. Opera BBQ, @Media, Standards.Next and HTML5 Doctor
  51. The ultimate brainwave
  52. Yay Factor: From Skip links to and Home
  53. Online course: An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices
  54. Yay Factor! Opera MAMA, Standards.Next, Richard Madeley for Speaker, braille displays and Chinese food
  55. Standards.Next – HTML5 meetup Saturday June 27th
  56. Yay Factor! Gez Lemon on WAI-ARIA, Dr Who and design meets disability
  57. Browing tips: zooming and removing horizontal scrolling using Opera
  58. The shelf life of a skip link
  59. The Yay Factor: Brain-Twitter interface, font foundries, rel=”accessibility” and vintage Gossip
  60. The Yay Factor: Full Frontal, Uncovered, Web Fonts, rel=accessibility and the zen of Tweets
  61. ActiveX and the decline of Korean monoculture?
  62. Trying to explain web standards to my Mum
  63. Why UAAG needs you (oh no not another set of guidelines)
  64. From the sublime to the ridiculous and back again
  65. Why the European Accessibility Forum rocked
  66. Does one site fit all?
  67. Is accessibility only about people with disabilities?
  68. SXSW Accessibility lightning talk
  69. SXSW accessibility challenge – win an Asus EEE, woot!
  70. Setting up a screen reader test environment
  71. SXSW, CSUN Tweetups and globalising the conversation
  72. Opera Fingertouch (no sniggering at the back) what else do you want?
  73. CSUN accessibility Tweetup and thank yous
  74. Lost in translation
  75. WAI-ARIA, last call for comments and what you think counts
  76. W3C translation search tool
  77. ATAG, HTML5 canvas , accessible social networking and you
  78. Let the mobile web learn from and not repeat the mistakes of desktop development
  79. Ask MAMA what the web is made of
  80. HTML 5 to the H1 debate rescue?
  81. Seven things meme
  82. Testing times: recession busting accessibility tips
  83. Happy Chinese New year 新年快乐!
  84. Size matters…but it’s what you do with it that counts
  85. Did Twitter kill commenting?
  86. Is it time for social networks grow up?
  87. ARIA explained – videos and podcasts
  88. Creating a new profile with Opera in OS X
  89. Wiihab anyone? How accessibility across devices could be a life saver
  90. First two Scripting Enabled video and transcripts now online
  91. Beta testers needed for a shiny new accessible Elearning system
  92. State of the accessible web 2008 kickstarting 2009
  93. Don’t go spoiling the party: Google Chrome to support ActiveX in Korea
  94. A brief history of web standards in Greek
  95. Web standards round up for China
  96. Target gives WCAG 2.0 a helping hand
  97. The Future of the Mobile says the future of the web is, well, mobile
  98. Good things come in three’s too…introducing Project:Possibility
  99. The way of the accessibility Wiki
  100. WCAG 2.0 is nearly there…
  101. How to get a HEAD with mobile and accessible browsing
  102. The Dao of the Widget
  103. Back from behind the Great Firewall of China
  104. Using Easy YouTube with a screen reader
  105. Video of blogging in WordPress with Cerebral Palsy
  106. More lovely deliciousness from the Web Standards Curriculum
  107. Niche sites go mobile (and I don’t just mean porn)
  108. Scripting Enabled: accessibility gets “a swift kick up the backside”
  109. Hello Opera
  110. Are CAPTCHA’s going the way of the dodo?
  111. Petition to save John Slatin’s Accessibility Institute
  112. Quirky corners of disability – SXSW 2009, we need your vote!
  113. Supporting #080808 from #LDN2012, 中国 加油!
  114. Beijing website part two: Internationalisation (#080808)
  115. Learning web standards just got easier
  116. Leading the WaSP International Liasion Group
  117. Why PDFs suck!
  118. ScriptEnabled: get mashed be accessible
  119. Accessible banner ads
  120. RNIB Surf Right toolbar (Beta) just launched
  121. Easy Flickr
  122. Easy to use YouTube player
  123. Mobile Web for Social Development – MW4D
  124. State of the mobile web – a report from Opera
  125. Twitter + Mobiles = accessible news from inaccessible places
  126. Zooming in on Google Reader
  127. Want to get your content mobile?
  128. WCAG 2.0 is ready to be test drived
  129. Open letter initiative – mobile access for blind users
  130. Colour Contrast Analyser for Mac is now available in Chinese
  131. Mobile and web accessibility – killing two birds with one stone
  132. Twitter in Japanese
  133. WebAnywhere – a free screen reader on the go
  134. Google’s Talking Translation bot
  135. Blogging W4A and WWW 2008 from Beijing
  136. Getting naked
  137. The Notorious CSS?
  138. The John Slatin Fund accessibility Project needs you
  139. Google reader gets ARIA support
  140. Who’s in the driving steat of web standards?
  141. Web Accessibility Toolbar now available in simplified Chinese
  142. Yahoo! search goes multilingual
  143. Crowdsourcing translation
  144. Creating Blogs, Podcasts and Use of Social Media Tools with Screen Readers
  145. Techshare: putting accessibility to information centre stage in India
  146. WaSP Street Team: Make your mark
  147. Global Design: Web Sites for the World – SXSW Core Conversation
  148. Google Desktop, gadgets and internationalisation
  149. Google works some magic with right to left search
  150. Using Virtual Worlds and Emerging Technologies for People with Disabilities – Friday 29th February
  151. Mobile web access toolkit
  152. Give it up for dork talk
  153. Character encoding for beginners
  154. Where standards converge: making your content accessible and mobile
  155. Suff4sam hits over £27,000
  156. Out and about: Techshare India, SXSWi and CSUN
  157. Converting accessible data tables to charts and vice versa
  158. Tips on creating accessible Flash banner ads
  159. Islab: Second Life search
  160. Blue Beanie Day – Monday 26th – supporting web standards and accessibility
  161. Slashups: Web 2.0 mashups for Second Life
  162. CAPTCHA: If your name’s not down your not coming in…
  163. Slooging is the new tagging
  164. One thumb to rule them all
  165. Domain names go international
  166. User testing by people with disabilities in Second Life
  167. Support Stuff4Sam in Second Life
  168. Find your voice in Second Life
  169. In search of Wilde
  170. Trials and tribulations of podcast tanscription
  171. Second Life – how is it for you?
  172. Beijing 2008 Part One: accessibility
  173. A knock off Chinese 2008 Olympics website?
  174. The great i18n blog round up
  175. Planet i18n launched
  176. Is i18n the new black?