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Re: [media] Web Accessibility for the Disabled Has Many Questioning Their Sites

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 27 May 2000 11:24:20 -0400 (EDT)
To: Kathleen Anderson <kathleen.anderson@po.state.ct.us>
cc: "'Web Accessibility Initiative'" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.20.0005271122100.13727-100000@tux.w3.org>
One of the people quoted in this article, from the general services
administration branch of the US government, is quoted as saying that all
disabled people want to know is what is going on. Actually, I suspect that in
a lot of cases they would like to be able to influence what is going on, at
least to the same degree as everyone else. This is not just about access to
information, it is about access to the opportunities which are available to
the authors of that information.

(But in general, I thought the article was pretty good).

just my personal thoughts

Charles McCN

On Wed, 10 May 2000, Kathleen Anderson wrote:

  >From the May 1, 2000, issue of Washington Technology, available online at:
  Kathleen Anderson, Webmaster
  State of Connecticut, Office of the State Comptroller
  55 Elm Street, Room 101, Hartford, Connecticut  06106
  voice: (860) 702-3355  fax: (860) 702-3634
  email: kathleen.anderson@po.state.ct.us
  URL: http://www.osc.state.ct.us
  CMAC Access: http://www.cmac.state.ct.us/access
  AWARE: http://aware.hwg.org/

Charles McCathieNevile    mailto:charles@w3.org    phone: +61 (0) 409 134 136
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