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Accessibility is hard! Let's perform brain surgery!

From: Jeff Guillaume <JeffG@PMI1.COM>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 13:15:22 -0400
Message-ID: <5188A365D08DD211ACA4004005205DD4F391@FSMNTPMI01.pmi1.com>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org

Thanks for all of your comments, everyone.  I hope I didn't come off
sounding like a prick.  It's exciting when you realize the potential for
such a better WWW in light of correct and proper coding.  I will now
reveal my true identity (I'm BATMAN!), and company Web site.  I didn't
want you all to just scoff at me and my silly comments by looking at my
poorly put-together site.  I'm working on a complete revamp right now,
and I will continue to monitor and use THIS resource as a starting point
on all my questions.

Another question, then: Is anyone actually using XML/XSL?  It looks so
cool and yet I haven't seen much widespread use.

---- WE INTERRUPT THIS MESSAGE TO BRING YOU THE TRUE IDENTITY OF A
CERTAIN E-MAIL AUTHOR...

You may all still scoff at me (for I am a mere 19 years old), but I am
the Web Developer for Centaurian Systems in Michigan. The initial Web
site I designed for our company failed the Bobby test miserably.  So
please don't email me saying the site sucks, because I already know :).

---- WE NOW RETURN YOU TO THE EPIC E-MAIL: "Accessibility is hard! Let's
perform brain surgery!"

Thanks again, everybody!


[Jeff Guillaume, Web Developer]

http://www.centaurian.com

Centaurian Group LLC
2111 Univesity Park Drive, Suite 650
Okemos, Michigan 48864-3973

(888) 613-6933 * (517)381-9611
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Received on Friday, 21 May 1999 13:08:01 GMT

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