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Accessibility Digest – April 2012

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I’m trialling a monthly digest of all the interesting accessibility stories I’ve come across recently. Just a few stories to kick off, but I hope people find it useful. If … Continue reading

Social Media and the future of journalism

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Following a successful first meet-up last month, the next Tartan Tweetmeet will take place in a number of Scottish cities next Wednesday 28th March, with the theme of “social media and the future of journalism”. Continue reading

Social Innovation coming to Edinburgh

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Social Innovation Camp is coming to Edinburgh in June, and the call for ideas is already bringing in some fascinating submissions. Social Innovation Camp brings together software developers and designers … Continue reading

Fix The Web featured on BBC Radio 4

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Fix The Web was last night featured on the BBC Radio 4 show, In Touch. LĂ©onie Watson, Director of Accessibility at Nomensa, reported on the idea behind the site and … Continue reading

Staying alert – who’s talking about your site?

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I’ve recently started using Google Alerts: Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your choice of query or topic. Some handy … Continue reading

Keeping up with your own news

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Our organisation has been in the news a fair bit recently. Well, actually, being a local authority we’re always in the local news and the coverage is rarely positive (and … Continue reading

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