A controversial presentation by Joe Clark on @media ‘07 about when we shouldn’t address different accessibility issues that should be resolved by other parties (UA developers, AT developers, etc.) instead. There’s also a mention to the WCAG Samurai project at the beginning.
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been circling the globe, hitting the reset button on America’s foreign relations. But then someone at the State Department tried - and failed - to translate “reset” into Russian. Russians know all a synonym of reset, thanks to the Matrix franchise. Now the Kremlin is urging more Americans to learn Russian. Also, middle class Pakistanis prefer English to Urdu. Plus, a new e-book on the historical roots and enduring appeal of spelling the Canadian English way. Now, just what is it about spelling that gets people so agitated? It’s only a matter of time till someone goes to war over this.