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From: Andrew Arch <amja@optushome.com.au>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 19:42:35 +1000
Message-ID: <006201c156f0$0d6be880$ca2ba4cb@lowrp1.vic.optushome.com.au>
To: "Kathleen Anderson" <kathleen.anderson@po.state.ct.us>
Cc: "EOWG" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Kathleen,

Another one for the collection - have you seen it?

Andrew
----- Original Message -----
From: <Andrew.Arch@visionaustralia.org.au>
To: "Andrew Arch" <amja@optushome.com.au>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 1:13 PM
Subject: Corporate Style Guides


> Send to Kathleen
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> ----- Forwarded by Andrew Arch/Kooyong/AFTB on 17/10/01 13:13 -----
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>                     Patrick Burke
>                     <burke@ucla.edu        To:     w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
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>                     Sent by:               Subject:     Corporate Style
Guides
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>                     09/10/01 05:39
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> The following article highlights a good leverage point for us. If we can
> get accessibility referenced in & worked into these corporate guidelines
> ... it'd be good.
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> Site designing gets makeover after the dot com meltdown
> Loss of confidence has fuelled a new IT industry: making existing Web
sites
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> better.
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http://it.mycareer.com.au/opinion/webmechanic/2001/10/02/FFXLS2R59SC.html?ND
ailyT
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> (Despite the headline, the dot com meltdown doesn't really figure into the
> story.)
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> An example cited is AT&T:
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> http://www.att.com/style/
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> Patrick
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