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TPAC Update on Accessibility in Digital Publishing

Today we invite guest blogger Gerardo Capiel, VP of Engineering of Benetech, who joined the Consortium to participate in the Digital Publishing Interest Group (DPUB IG). This is cross-posted on the Digital Publishing Blog. In October of this year, Benetech joined the World Wide Web Consortium to more deeply participate in the evolution of standards […]
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HTML5 Tour hits India!

W3C has embarked on an HTML5 Tour in India and it is a huge success. The W3C India team, under the leadership of Swaran Lata, has put together a five city tour that launched 17 Sept 2013 in New Delhi, India. In putting the tour together, the Office worked with Mike Smith, HTML Activity Lead, […]
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Report from Bellevue: meaningful advances on Do Not Track

As mentioned last week, the difficult and at times controversial discussion of Do Not Track standardization continued with a three-day meeting of the Tracking Protection Working Group in Bellevue, Washington. I want to report briefly on the course of discussion and the progress made, including meaningful advances towards consensus on Do Not Track.
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W3C Day in Spain: HTML5 and Government Linked Data

Every year, since 2006, the W3C Spain Office organizes W3C Day in Spain, an event on Web standards for the Spanish community. The 2012 edition, held in Granada, Andalusia, gathered together over 200 people for a couple of days. W3C Members are the protagonists of the event. All of them are invited to share their professional experiences, challenges, and thoughts taking part either in panels or giving talks. As in previous years, the event served as a forum to discuss common topics regarding standards, and Web technologies in general. The Open Web Platform was the cornerstone of the conference, complemented with a recurrent and interesting subject: Open Government Data, which is in the limelight at all levels of the Spanish public administration.
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Make Your Presentations Accessible to All updated – share the news

Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn't hear the joke? You could be doing a similar thing to your audience — leaving some people out....
Read on to learn how to make your presentations, talks, meetings, training, conferences, etc. accessible to all of your potential audience, including people with disabilities and others...
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