WordPress to Twitter with Cli.gs

About WP-to-Twitter Download WP-to-Twitter Technically, this plugin has been available from the WordPress plugin directory since last Monday, but today is it’s official launch. This is for two reasons: first, it gave the plugin a week to “shake out the bugs,” so that the official launch could be as stable as is reasonably possible. Second, it’s my birthday, so I’ll be able to remember when the plugin launched. Isn’t that sweet? The plug-in is pretty straightforward: it posts a status […]

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Speaking on Web Accessibility

Giving a talk is an interesting experience. In this case, with a time limit of 15 minutes, the biggest challenge was figuring out what I had time to cover. With a subject like web accessibility, I firmly believe that every aspect is critical — anything I leave out is something that somebody needs to know. But it’s 15 minutes. You can’t really be effective if you try and cover the entire scope of a subject in 15 minutes. The first […]

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Google Site Links for “Joe Dolson”

This is just cool: “Sitelinks” are additional links Google generates from the contents of a site in order to help users navigate your site — they provide these links in their search results for selected terms. Most sites don’t have site links, so I’m finding it pretty cool to notice them for myself! If you can’t see the image, the current Sitelinks for this site are: Gallery Blog Home What is Web Accessibility SEO and Accessibility Articles On the whole, […]

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James Edwards on Web Accessibility

If we call ourselves professionals, we owe it to our clients, their clients, and ourselves, to do our job properly. A chef must care about health, a builder must care about safety, and we must care about accessibility. James Edwards, aka ‘Brothercake’ has published a very neat argument on the frequently-asked question “Why Accessibility?” Read his comments at Why Accessibility? Because it’s our job!.

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Tips for Nonprofits – Meme

So, this is an interesting non-profit web tips blog meme which is being started by Elizabeth Able. Her concept is that we should write up one tip — just one — on how nonprofit organizations can take best advantage of an online presence. Just one tip, eh? So it better be a good one. Make it easy for people to give you money. There’s nothing like visiting the web site for a nonprofit organization you really care about, wanting to […]

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