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CSUN11, the Tribe Vibe and the big Web Accessibility debate

The second leg of my self-titled US Tour was in sunny San Diego at CSUN, the international conference about technology for disabled people. However, this description does CSUN a disservice, as it is just so much more.

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Inclusive design and accessibility: bringing the message to the masses

Today is sponsored by the word wow. If I had to sum up my experience at SXSW, this is the word that does the trick. The fact that I was afforded the opportunity to speak to a mainstream audience about inclusive design deserves a wow. The fact that our session was sold out and there were folk queuing to get in, follows suit and, most certainly, the fact that the many incredible and inspirational people who have been fighting the good fight for far longer than I have are actually interested in what I have to say probably deserves a wow and a yowza.

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More talk on inclusive design and accessibility

Over the past few weeks, I have been running around like a headless chicken, trying to get everything done so that I can focus all of my attention on my big adventure. It's funny that it has not occurred to me to write about it until now, as I set off tomorrow, but it would appear that the new and improved, calm, collected lemony zesty Sandi is verging on the unflappable.

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