Link Roundup

Here are several links of interest today. First is E-Learn Conference in Hawaii October 13-17, 2006. The E-Learn Conference is the International Forum for Researchers, Developers, and Practitioners to Learn about the Best Practices/Technology in Education, Government, Healthcare, and Business

Two articles about accessibility from Felix Miata are worth reading: Browser Defaults are Not Too Big and The (In)accessible Web.

Microsoft talks about what it is planning to do with the new Forester Research that shows that 57% of adults can benefit from accessible technology.

Dave Shea talks about the advent of IE 7 in Stop Hacking, or be Stopped. Once again, if you have CSS hacks and haven’t yet figured out how to use conditional comments, I urge you to take this step. This article explains why and more.

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