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From: Chuck Letourneau <cpl@starlingweb.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 10:52:20 -0500
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To: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
Now that my mind is starting to kick over and fire on more than two

Further to the ATIA discussion this morning:  I think it is critical that
the AT industry in general is a target for our education and outreach
efforts.  One way of reaching a significant portion of that very diverse
group is through their industry associations.  I am secretary (and web
master) of the Assistive Devices Industry Association of Canada (CanADIA)
and I have immediate plans to write an article (with appropriate links)
about the WAI working groups.  I may even be able to get something into the
upcoming newsletter from Industry Canada's Assistive Devices Industry
Office (which hits about 200 AT related companies or organizations).

What I would like, from Jon or Judy (or anybody more familiar with DOM and
XML than I) is some concise and appropriate wording that will explain the
importance of these technologies to developers.

By the way, two members of CanADIA are also on the board of directors of
the ATIA so I also have some good contacts into that bunch.

Chuck Letourneau
Starling Access Services
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