Re: SenseBus and one persons attitude


Subject: Re: SenseBus and one persons attitude
From: Neil Wiernik (neil.wiernik@utoronto.ca)
Date: Thu May 20 1999 - 11:15:47 EDT


Well then take it up with the email address provided for you on the page.
You obviously have some issues at hand that need dealing with so take them up
with the proper people.

Neil...

Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:

> At 10 32 05 20 1999 -0400, Neil Wiernik calmly responded:
> >What on earth are you talking about?
>
> Email is just conversation; that's not a problem. I said the SenseBus
> *website* had barriers and errors.
>
> Those who visit the SenseBus website will immediately find that it has
> accessibility barriers -- something artists (of all people) should be
> concerned with!
>
> Accessibility is an important issue, and anybody building a website --
> especially one with "futuristic" claims, and by artists (part of whose work
> is communication) -- should have a look at the W3C accessibility
> guidelines. Peter Traub's site (recently discussed here) has the same sort
> of barriers.
>
> And why would a site go public with the months of the year misspelled? It
> hurts the project's credibility.
>
> Should I put my trust in a system gone public with both barriers and a lack
> of concern for detail? Nope.
>
> Dennis

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