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New Resource for Accessible Workplace ICT

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office on Disability Employment Policy has funded a new project — the Accessible Technology Action Center; Inclusive Technologies’s Jim Tobias will be its Technical Director. To quote from the ODEP press release: “The development and … Continue reading

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Inclusive Technologies Joins New Project on Cloud-based Accessibility

As part of its support for the idea of a Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII), the U.S. Department of Education recently funded a project to develop ways for people to explore, refine, and store their needs and preferences for interfaces. … Continue reading

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New Animation About Cloud-based Accessibility

For those of you familiar with the animation we did for the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII), here’s a new one for part of GPII, Flexible Learning for Open Education (Floe). What kind of animation or visualization would you most … Continue reading

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Why Not Open-Source Orphan Products?

Phillip Torrone of MAKE Magazine argues cogently that companies that are abandoning products should release information about them that would aid follow-on developers and tinkerers. This makes a lot of sense, and there’s an accessibility angle. Many products that are … Continue reading

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Info on Mobile Phone Screen Resolution

From a site about cartooned phone wallpapers, here’s a complete listing of mobile phones and their screen resolution. Their mainstream users need that info so they know which cartoon image will fit their phone; we can use the same info … Continue reading

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Apple Adds Peer Support for All Products

Apple has added a way for its users to ask and answer questions about every Apple product, called Apple Support Communities.You can search by product, even in context, such as ‘iPad in the Enterprise’. This is a great way for … Continue reading

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