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Re: World Wide Web '95 Conference in Boston

From: <paciello@shane.enet.dec.com>
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 95 00:57:28 EDT
Message-Id: <9510070451.AA10203@us2rmc.zko.dec.com>
To: www-talk@w3.org
Thanks to everyone who quickly responded to my request regarding the WWW
conference in Boston. BTW, the Internet '95 Conference is a different 
conference, sponsored by MecklerMedia. I'm speaking twice there on Disability
issues for people on the Web. 

Perusing through the conference agenda and description, I did not see any topic
related to Web Issues / Solutions / Design for people with disabilities. I plan
to pursue this and determine whether I can convince some of my friends on the
technical committee to at least pull together a panel session. At the very
least we should have a SIG meeting.

Anyone attached to this list and interested in supporting me, please send me
e-mail offline at either: paciello@shane.enet.dec.com or mpaciello@webable.com.

Regards,

Mike

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Michael G. Paciello                              Paciello@shane.enet.dec.com
Usability Expertise Center                       Phone: (603) 881-1831 (w)
Program Manager                                  Phone: (603) 598-9544 (soho)
Vision Impaired Information Services (VIIS)      FAX: (603) 881-0120
ViceChair: Electronics Industries Association/Assistive Devices Division 
PR Chair: International Committee for Accessible Document Design (ICADD)
Member: Project EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information)
Member: Disabilities Access for X (DACx)
Member: NCSA/NSF Mosaic Access Project (MAP)
Member: Universal Access Project (UAP)
Author: ACCESS.TXT
Owner: WebABLE (TM) (WWW Server for Accessibility and Disabilities)
URL: http://www.webable.com
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Received on Saturday, 7 October 1995 01:09:00 GMT

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