Category: Accessibility

I’m pleased with how my Interview with Rae Hoffman aka “Sugarrae” went. I’m a working mother with spouse, house, pets, and lots of commitments and responsibilities. I’ve long dreamed of having my own office outside my home. Rae has achieved milestones and worked harder than most might in her set of circumstances. On affliliate marketing, Rae states: I see those who “get” the challenges coming up getting pretty damn sophisticated at what they do, myself included. I see those whoRead more…

An old friend once told me back in 1995, “Assume that every email you send will eventually land on the lunchroom bulletin board for everyone to see.” It was great advice for email. It’s even better advice for blogs. Miffed at someone? Kill them with words. With the Web as ammo, it’s easy to wreck someone’s job, life and reputation. Google has a great memory. Glen Allsopp wrote about three women who went off to raise a little hell atRead more…

If you’re bored, here are some interesting topics generating discussion: Phocus, Phocus, Phocus – Was the creation of Sphinn a good strategic decision? Why Usability is the Path to Failure If usability is such a base level thing that everyone knows, how come so any people get it wrong? How come so many people have trouble using a site? The Best Websites Are Useful And Ugly I actually have a client who swears by having an ugly site helps themRead more…

I can relate to two things this weekend. First, Jeffrey Zeldman celebrates 12 years on the web. Congratulations Zeldman. You’ve always been a constant inspiration and source for web development industry information delivered with great class and an amazing ability to say volumes with few words. He writes, The web found me and claimed me. Everything else followed. Maybe you feel that way, too. I do. Secondly, I learned that a friend not only loves classic VW Beetles, but hasRead more…

Soon after learning they were chosen by Cre8asiteforums to offer a scholarship fund for their college, The Search Engine College doubled our offer by creating a second scholarship for the same amount of money. This allowed two members of Cre8asiteforum members (not a requirement for the scholarship. That’s up to the facility to choose), to be notified today that they were chosen to participate. Kalena Jordan announces the first winner in Cre8asiteforums Educational Scholarship Fund Selects Search Engine College TheRead more…

I was getting near the age where I could legally vote in my country, when Gerald Ford became President of the United States. I didn’t understand much. I remember reading about Nixon and Watergate in Newsweek. He was President for only 29 months, having taken over for Nixon in 1974. I had liked President Ford, mostly because he seemed so calm and I liked his smile. I was a teenager. Those things mattered. At the age of 93, he hasRead more…

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