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Re: AccessiBlog updated

From: Joe Clark <joeclark@contenu.nu>
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2001 07:44:03 -0400
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To: <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
>         Interesting that you could find such a small  handful of 
>research papers available. Jonathan's site has many more you can add,

I can't add what I don't know about.

>And if you do a search for some of the other disabilities, you will 
>find quite a bit out there. Sites with information on cognitive 
>disabilities have been shared on this list so shouldn't be hard to 

Well, here we go again with the obnoxious habit of progressives to 
declare "You are insufficiently progressive. You are missing at least 
five obvious components. And no, I won't tell you what they are. If 
you were truly progressive you'd know already."

>          If the Blog is supposed to collect all articles and 
>research on the web, it has woefully missed the mark. Perhaps that 
>is your goal, but it's premature to announce your success. You 
>missed an awful lot. Not a useful site.

Not to the WCAG's in-house fundamentalist, no. How surprising not to 
read a complaint that there aren't enough illustrations. Thank 
goodness for small mercies.

Of course, if the AccessiBlog is "not a useful site," explain how it 
has scored 5,273 hits with next to no publicity.

If, however, anyone has links to articles I've missed, which is 
*really* the more effective strategy: Dissing me because I missed 
them (as if I failed some undocumented test of purity) or actually 
giving me the links so they can be posted?

And by the way, sites that recapitulate the WCAG are not immediately 
posted to the Specs & Tutorials page 
<http://www.joeclark.org/accessiblog/ab-specs.html>. So I suppose the 
AccessiBlog attempts to catalogue original and distinctive resources. 
Readers are actively encouraged to start their own Weblogs (a list of 
which is already available: 
<http://www.joeclark.org/accessiblog/ab-otherblogs.html>) if they 
wish to catalogue multiple redundant sources.
         Joe Clark | joeclark@joeclark.org | <http://joeclark.org/access/>
         Accessibility articles, resources, and critiques ||
           "I do not pretend to understand the mind of Joe Clark"
           -- Larry Goldberg
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