Accessibility Podcast at WebAxe

February 24, 2007

Topics: Accessibility, Blogging.

Dennis Lembree and Ross Johnson run a podcast on practical web accessibility called WebAxe.

Dennis and Russ aim to cover a wide variety of subjects in the basic of web accessibility. Their last podcast discussed the accessibility of CAPTCHAs – and the next podcast up, for whatever reason, discusses me. Well, not precisely. More specifically, it features an interview with me on the subject of the definition of accessibility – a topic which I’ve written on before.

It’s not a topic where there’s a nice neat answer, so I can’t claim that we reach anything vaguely resembling a conclusion. Besides that, an audio interview is rather a new experience for me, and I have to admit that I may have been too verbose to be able to actually reach any kind of solid conclusions.

Nonetheless, if you’re interested in learning more about accessibility via an aural learning method, you should subscribe to the WebAxe podcast. Or, at least, give the next episode a listen!

It’s not up yet; but Dennis tells me that he’ll be posting it sometime this weekend.

It’s available now! Podcast 41: Definition of Web Accessibility

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3 Comments to “Accessibility Podcast at WebAxe”

  1. That was a good podcast, Joe. You know your stuff. Maybe we can do another sometime (relatively) soon…

  2. Well, this new-fangled inter-webs communicatin’ does seem to lead us a different way ’round…

    Thanks!

  3. Good Job, Joe. Nice to put a voice to the face (usually the other way around, huh?)