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W3C Weekly News - 4 November 2002

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                             W3C Weekly News

                      29 October - 4 November 2002

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W3C Team Talks in November

   * Karl Dubost presents at the W3C/NIST Usability Workshop at the
     National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg,
     MD, USA on 4-5 November.

   * Daniel Dardailler presents at IST 2002 on 4-6 November in
     Copenhagen, Denmark.

   * On 12 November, Ivan Herman presents at SURFnet Relatiedagen 2002
     in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.

   * On 13 November, Yves Lafon presents and Marie-Claire Forgue runs a
     booth at Integration 2002 Forum XML & Web Services in Paris, France.

   * Vincent Quint gives a keynote at IHM 2002 on 26-29 November in
     Poitiers, France.

   * At 2002 XML Japan in Tokyo, Japan, Masayasu Ishikawa presents
     on 28 November, Kazuhiro Kitagawa gives the keynote on 29 November,
     and Yasuyuki Hirakawa serves on the Program Committee.

   * On 29 November, Daniel Dardailler participates in a panel at
     DocForum - Rencontres "S@voirs, reseaux, partage" in Lyon, France.


NPR Science Friday Interviews Tim Berners-Lee

   4 November 2002: W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee was a 1 November guest
   on National Public Radio (NPR) Talk of the Nation: Science Friday.
   Host Ira Flatow and callers from the United States discussed
   inventions, the Semantic Web, privacy, patents, broadband, "always on"
   connections, openness, trust, and spam. NPR provides a three-quarter
   hour audio archive of the show, as well as Mr. Berners-Lee's previous
   visit to Science Friday in 1999.


Techniques for Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines Updated

   30 October 2002: The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines Working
   Group has released an update to the W3C Note "Techniques for
   Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 1.0." The document provides
   references, techniques and strategies to authoring tool developers
   who wish to satisfy ATAG 1.0 checkpoints. Read about the Web
   Accessibility Initiative.


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