As a matter of fact, fighting with Web Contentn Accessibility Guidelines (aka WCAG 2.0) can give you hard times. It's quite impossible to meet every single one specific guidline without using an appropriate Web Accessibility Checker.
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The web can be liberating for disabled adults – but a lack of training, accessibility and funding means the online world is a step too far for many
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Video featuring, from IBM: Mike Wing, Andy Stanford-Clark and John Tolva. Over the past century but accelerating over the past couple of decades, we have seen the emergence of a kind of global data field. The planet itself - natural systems, human systems, physical objects - have always generated an enormous amount of data, but we didnt used to be able to hear it, to see it, to capture it. Now we can because all of this stuff is now instrumented. And its all interconnected, so now we can actually have access to it. So, in effect, the planet has grown a central nervous system.
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10 rules to a great startup idea (INFOGRAPH)
Sound simple, they are not.
Sound significant, they are indeed!
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Being willing to share is not only good, it’s also profitable. The Internet revolution has done more than just break down market barriers; it’s built a deeply connected society where everyone and everything is discoverable.
An Analysis of 3,200 High-growth Technology Startups
BY: Lindsay ONeal | June 18, 2012
While you wouldn’t know it from their enthusiasm, ambition, drive, and all-around excitement, every founder deals with a hard truth: According to statistics, their startup has an eight percent chance of success. From the amount of investments and aqusitions announced every day, it is easily forgotten that 11 out of 12 startups fail. But why?
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Why are all the gas stations, cafes and restaurants in one crowded spot? As two competitive cousins vie for ice-cream-selling domination on one small beach, discover how game theory and the Nash Equilibrium inform these retail hotspots.
A lesson from Jac de Haan