What is our legal exposure because of web accessibility laws?

I spent just over an hour and a half writing an email after one of the directors where I work asked this question. It occurs to me that most of what I said in the email had some general applicability and there may be other people out there getting asked… more »

WebDD07: Unobtrusive Javascript with Rails (Dave Verwer)

Review: Unobtrusive Javascript with Rails at WebDD Conference 07 15:40 to 16:40 This was the final talk of the day and I was flagging a bit, I'd originally planned to go to Scott Guthrie's WPFe talk, but that was packed out and, following Dave's stella… more »

WebDD07: Ruby On Rails for .NET Developers (Dave Verwer)

Review: Ruby On Rails for .NET Developers at WebDD Conference 07 14:30 to 15:30 After a brief spell writing a Ruby on Rails app last summer I always meant to do more stuff with it, but somehow I never got around to it. I was hoping this talk would re-… more »

WebDD07: Quick and dirty Usability tests (Zhivko Dimitrov)

Review: Quick and dirty Usability tests - one week, no budget, and no usability facility at WebDD Conference 07 12:00 to 13:00 I got "Don't make me think" for Xmas and so I've become quite interested in the concept of cheap usability testing, I was loo… more »

GConf error: battery_low_percentage cannot be zero

I've recently re-installed the file server at home with Fedora Core 6, it all went fairly well apart from some intermittent hardware issues not related to the OS. A few days later, after a yum update, I started getting an error after logging in to Gnome… more »

WebDD07: Doing it in style (Patrick Lauke)

Review: Doing it in style: creating beautiful sites, the web standards way at WebDD Conference 07 10:40 to 11:40 Patrick started with an explanation of web standards, what they are and why they're good for you. The list of benefits he gave were fairly… more »

WebDD07: Microformats HTML to API (Glen Jones)

Review: Microformats HTML to API at WebDD Conference 07 9:30 to 10:30 This was the first talk of the day, it was in the smallest room but it was packed to overflowing (people were sitting on the floor!) which is surely a good sign for the future of… more »