“W3C Is Prioritizing Accessibility Over Its Open Source Licensing Preferences”. Why is that a bad thing again?

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Updates: has responded to the Tavern article, as has Adrian. WPTavern disagrees with Studio 24’s decision to drop WordPress over Gutenberg. I was going to write a long comment on that post, but then I figured I’d just address it on my site. The Tavern’s disagreement hinges on the ...

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Customer Servant Consultancy 2020-09-22 18:13:41

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Read No Sharks, No Copyright: LFLegal Gets a Refresh by Lainey Feingold
This is an article about Lainey Feingold’s website. The site has been updated. Lainey is very grateful to web developer Natalie MacLees who made the changes and designed the updated site. Natalie’s company is called Digita11...

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Polar campaigns in times of crisis

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The organization of the French Polar Institute is directly impacted by the international health situation in the framework of the next campaign implementation in Antarctica and the French sub-Antarctic islands. Its teams are working daily to prepare this very special campaign, taking place from Octo...

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Customer Servant Consultancy 2020-09-17 12:22:35

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Read Centered Text is Good for Wedding Invitations and Wine Labels, not for the Web by Deborah Edwards-Onoro
Improve readability of your content by using left-justified text instead of centered text. It’s easier and faster to read text that doesn’t force the reader to search for the beginning o...

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Customer Servant Consultancy 2020-09-14 06:51:31

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Liked A post by Devin Prater

This just has to come out. You know, thinking about Microsoft’s Surface Duo or whatever, all I can think of it is that it’s running Android. Why? Because hardware doesn’t matter to me, not that much. Sure, RAM and CPU power matters to me, and disk spac…

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