hAccessibility

hAccessibility By James Craig of WaSP Microformats are a great idea. They allow the embedding of parsable, semantic data (like contact information and event details) into regular pages. With the right plug-in, that information can be saved directly to your calendar program or address book. Like Microformats, a portion of web accessibility is about making… Continue reading hAccessibility

Women Geeks

Women Geeks is a new website me and some other girls have been working on around here to feature some of the internets most brightest and talented women in technology and science. We choose the name Women Geeks after about a entire night of searching for available domain names to buy. Then finding an affordable… Continue reading Women Geeks

MIT OpenCourseWare

MIT’s OpenCourseWare a free and open educational resource (OER)¬†for educators, students, and self-learners around the world.Here is a short list of what anyone can learn for free via this amazing website. Aeronautics and Astronautics Anthropology Architecture Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation Biological Engineering Biology Brain and Cognitive Sciences Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering… Continue reading MIT OpenCourseWare

Change in Group Lead

Change in Group Lead By Drew McLellan | December 20th, 2006 Since taking over the reins of the Web Standards Project from Steve Champeon in early 2004, Molly Holzschlag has led the group though an important phase of its life. Through the development of our successful Task Forces, Molly has helped steer the Project through… Continue reading Change in Group Lead