Video by Matthew Stringer.
The WCAG (Web Content Accessiblity Guidelines) theme song was written by David McDonald and originally posted at E-Ramp, along with a full transcript of the content.
Perhaps the best benefit of this song making the rounds is the discovery of E-Ramp, which has plenty of good accessibility information. Check it out!
In the good news department, 456 Berea Street, which has been quiet for a while, is back. I picked up a link from there to a site that will validate your entire web site, not just a page. And it’s free, which explains why it’s the Free Site Validator.
We all Stream for Video. My grandkids put movies on YouTube. OK, they aren’t Fred, but still. (If you aren’t aware of the pre-adolescent YouTube hero, Fred, find out about him on YouTube.) You want to communicate with kids, think about using video in the classroom. This article is from the TechLEARNING web site, which is worthy exploring for more gems. A sister site is Digital Learning Environment.
California Web Accessiblity Conference or CalWAC from Knowbility is a great chance to get superb accessibility training in Long Beach. Jan. 12.
Digital Web Interview with Aarron Walter. Aarron’s the findability guy I wrote about a couple of times.