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Accessibility is important. I have experience with web accessibility, with physical structures accessibility, and have a disability myself. This gives me a unique perspective to discuss these issues.

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A Different Take on World Cup Opening Kick

A paraplegic man, strapped into a cumbersome exoskeleton, gave the opening kick of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. The media, and people, hail this as a miracle of technology, a better future for folks who are paralysed. I see this completely differently. It is both "inspiration porn" and devaluating the experience of disability. Frankly, it upset me greatly.

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Nicolas Steenhout to speak at OSCON about Accessibility and Security

I'm speaking at OSCON 2014

I’m pleased to say I will talk about Accessibility and Security at OSCON this July. These two topics are rarely discussed together, yet they are both important and synergistic. I hope you attend my talk, despite the fierce competition with concurrent sessions.

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Accessibility Is Not An Add-On

Some developers say their clients don’t want to pay for accessibility. These developers are looking at the issue the wrong way. Accessibility is not an add-on. It should be built-in to any project.

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