Minor mistakes/misunderstandings that irk me more than is reasonable:
- calling a blog post a blog
- conflating GitHub and git
- referring to Wikipedia as just ‘wiki’
- holding a phone like it’s a giant glass tongue
WAI's new business case for accessibility is a great resource for anyone wanting to learn and promote the benefits of implementing accessibility. It's bibliography provides excellent citations for supporting accessibility benefits https://www.w3.org/WAI/business-case/ #a11y #wai
I see overuse & misuse of aria-label daily. Here are bad examples with simple corrections as spoken by a screen reader: https://knowbility.org/blog/2019/ARIA-labels/
@torgo We have them in Germany, too, these days.
Call for papers zum 18. E-Learning Tag der @firstname.lastname@example.org am Donnerstag, 12. September 2019 https://www.fh-joanneum.at/presse/call-zum-18-e-learning-tag-2019/ Konzepte, Projekte und Erfahrungen zum #elearning sind gefragt. Querverbindungen zu #contentstrategie erwünscht. #zml #elt19 #CfP
I attended @email@example.com in the early 2010s and it was amazing. No doubt it will be great this year, too. Unfortunately I cannot attend, but if you can, do it!
New Adventu@firstname.lastname@example.org NEXT WEEK!
Don't miss @beep @adactio @ClareSutcliffe @JessPWhite @LittleHelli @weightshift @brendandawes @jbrewer @iamashley @csswizardry @emmaboulton @tiffany_tse
Tickets still available! https://newadventuresconf…
Politics and real-life outcomes.
Not pretty. (or how european citizens all of a suddent become "immigrants" and don't know what will happen to them soon). #m https://twitter.com/sonniesedge/status/1085448509791313920
Actually, I didn't just lead the team. I built it. It is what it is now because of my leadership for the last two years.
Sara Rosso started it. Handed it to me. I built a leadership team. Made the visions. Created the goals. Inspired participation. Built up our Team reps to 8.
That notion that a deal has to only satisfy the 17.4m who voted Brexit (and different versions of Brexit at that. WTOBrexit? Norway-Brexit? Switzerland-Brexit? Canada-Brexit?) but not get a good outcome for the rest of the voters (and other citizens) is undemocratic.
I like her badge though
Strong and Stable!
Congratulations to Theresa May on making history today. Her margin of loss, 230 votes (432–202), is the largest in British history, far outpacing a 166-vote margin in 1924 by Labour, helping her cement her position in the history books as the weakest Prime Minister ever.