I don’t think I’ve posted about a show before. However, The Wire produced by HBO is one of the most compelling bits of TV I’ve watched in ages. Although it’s set in the projects of Baltimore it’s not the average cops and robbers show. Gritty, with great acting it’s well worth a look. Do be warned though, HBO shows are restricted, so some of this stuff isn’t for the faint of heart.
I’m writing some accessibility training for us to use at Yahoo!, and I’m wondering if people have had some great training in they would like to share ideas about. What kinds of things made training really work for you? Is there any material that I should look at if I am writing training?
Company permitting I would also like to make some of our training material pubic. So, what things do you think are missing from the ranks of accessibility training? What would you like to see that we might be able to rustle up for you?
Please let me know and I’ll do my best to work in suggestions and create things to fit your needs.
Recently I’ve had cause to be upset with a company that I get a service from. I’m not going to name names, but I am wondering what stance I should take. This company has managed to loose or not act on 4 letters. When they finally did process my request they managed to not only fail to use my new address but change it to a completely different and wrong address that I’ve never had or used. They did that 4 times too.
I have asked to make a complaint before, but was told the customer services line was busy, someone would call me back. Obviously they didn’t. It’s not that anyone has ever been anything but pleasant and helpful (sounding anyway) to me on the phone, it’s more that this has been going on for months.
I really wonder what I have to do to get myself heard. How and what must I do to finally get acceptable service?
So I’m browsing Amazon, and there is a link in the computer books section referring to “hardcore web developers”.
I would like to imagine I am “hardcore web developer” so I click the link to
People wonder why web developers aren’t all that when this is the top books for the field on Amazon. I feel dirty.