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Re: Popular Accessible Sites Request

From: Davey Leslie <davey@inx-jp.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 11:56:31 +0900
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <B779D86F.1A23%davey@inx-jp.org>
I've received several requests from folks wanting to know what URLs I have
been sent. After responding individually off-list, I've decided to go ahead
and post the responses to the list. Seems to have struck a nerve of sorts.

Here's the collection so far:

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Al Gilman <asgilman@iamdigex.net>:

Traffik.com Portals FAQ:

<http://www.traffick.com/story/07-2000-portalfaq.asp#what>http://www.traffi
ck.com/story/07-2000-portalfaq.asp


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Mike Burks <mburks952@worldnet.att.net>:

Try these sites:
http://www.realbirthsign.com/

http://www.motherbird.com/

http://www.oceanridersandals.com/

http://www.santegidio.org/it/amici/index.htm

http://www.welhat.gov.uk/

http://www.blueridge.cc.nc.us/

http://www.cajun-gifts.com/products.htm

http://iafwa-awds.com/

http://www.americannationalbank.com/

http://foundation.verizon.com/

http://www.xerox.com/go/xrx/template/013.jsp

These sites are but a small sample of what you can fine at
http://www.cast.org/Bobby/ApprovedSites318.cfm.  Click on the Link at the
top that will list all of them! Or you can choose a specific category.

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Debi Orton <oradnio@albany.net>:

I have a general interest site that's accessible, if you're interested.  In
fact, I've asked both screen reader and Braille display users to check it
out for me so that I could be sure it was accessible.  It's not a news or
portal site, but a literary journal.

The URL is http://www.flashquake.org

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David Poehlman <poehlman1@home.com>:

gee, I kind of like the following:
http://www.cdnow.com
http://www.express.com
http://www.circuitcity.com

There are more but I can navigate and work with them ok.

here's one for the road:
http://www.giantfood.com
clock on shop on line.
it's not conpletely what I'd call accessible but it works.

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Mike Burks <mburks952@worldnet.att.net>:

I would try www.ncgov.com.  Not only is it accessible, but it has won a
number of awards..

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Tyler Kendall <tyler_kendall@ncsu.edu>

   One example that I usually use is the California State Portal:
http://www.my.ca.gov/state/portal/myca_homepage.jsp, which, yes, has some
problems - and, in fact, has gotten worse over time - but is otherwise a
good...

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Kelly Ford:

...Having a predictable landmark can also be of value.  For example after
selecting a section of interest on <http://www.nytimes.com> I know that...


If you are anyone else is interested in discussing more of a user
perspective, one forum is a list I run called Webwatch.  You can join with
a message to webwatch-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.  Traffic on the list is
generally low volume and it too is largely focused on screen reading and
screen enlargement users.  And in fact you might want to visit
<http://www.magnifiers.org> and the list mentioned there if screen
enlargement is a sector of interest.

Two other good forums for reaching screen reading users are blindtech
(blindtech-subscribe@yahoogroups.com) and vicug-l (send a message to
listserv@maelstrom.stjohns.edu with subscribe vicug-l as the
text).  Blindtech is a high volume list with a hundred messages a day being
quite common.  Vicug-l is anothert low volume list.

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Davey Leslie
davey@inx-jp.org
INX  English by Design
Received on Monday, 16 July 2001 22:57:02 GMT

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