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More 2: Olympics Site Accessibility Issues

Andy King covered more about the 2002 Olympics site’s accessibility problems in yesterday’s issue of the WebReference Update Newsletter, including important points he made and further comments. (And if you already read that, he wrote an update for the online version that includes links to my comments yesterday [thanks, Andy!]).

Links Highlights

14 Feb. 2002
[02/14/2002 The Daily Report,]

More: Olympics Site Accessibility Issues
[02/14/2002 Brainstorms and Raves]

Sites Unseen
[New York Times, Feb. 14, 2002 (Circuits, page D3)]

2002 Olympics Site Accessibility Blunders, Continued
[01/22/2002 Brainstorms and Raves]

Accessibility for All?
[01/22/2002 WebReference]

Olympics 2002 Site, Continued
[01/18/2002 Brainstorms and Raves]

Site Review: 2002 Olympics
[01/18/2002 Slashdot]

Olympics Heading for New Accessibility Suit?

Site Review: 2002 Olympics
[01/17/2002 WebReference]

Salt Lake City Olympics 2002 site inaccessible without javascript
[01/16/2002 Metafilter]

16 January 2002
[01/16/2002 The Daily Report,]

Will the Olympics Ever Learn?
[01/16/2002 Meryl’s Notes]

Accessibility Lockout for Olympics 2002 Site—Again?!
[01/16/2002 Brainstorms and Raves]


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