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Reunited once and for all, here is the unified What’s New
page for all
joeclark realms (listed at bottom).
- PR-otaku: Logging and annotating William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition
- Notes from presentation to Toronto Usability Professionals Association
- Appearances: See Joe live!
- To All the Guys I’ve Fucked Before
- Doylism: Colin N. Doyle visited Toronto for a day and a half in December, 2002. We have photographic evidence
- My Problem with MuchLoud
- Reviled Fonts: Research for article on typefaces that designers hate. Except they have to back it up
- Reading the tube: Typographic atrocities remain in full force in captioning and subtitling
- “Evidence” I gave before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage on 23 April 2002. Did you know the Broadcasting Act permits unconstitutional illegal discrimination against blind and deaf Canadian television viewers?
- Universal audio-description symbol
- Behind the booth: I go behind the projection booth at a MoPix-equipped cinema. You Are There!
- AxxlogThe Media Access Weblog
- How to make movies accessible: Basic facts
- Movie night: Accessible movie outings in Toronto
- Typecasting: Review and commentary of film typography. First example: Guy Maddin’s Heart of the World.
- U.K. accessible cinema news: Somebody’s got half a mind to spend £6 million to equip every cinema in the U.K. with an accessible screen. Would they go to all that trouble without doing proper research?
- The Klöstermän Weekend: Excerpts from and ravishing kudos to Fargo Rock City
- At Tidbits: Accessibility on the Mac: Further Glimpses of Paradise (sequel to original series)
- Symbolizing accessibility: Why is it so hard to come up with icons, symbols, or pictographs that mean “accessible”?
- Accessible cinema
- Rollouts: Basic advice for cinema owners on what you didn’t know you didn’t know
- The first launch: What happened at the début of MoPix in Canada?
- Joe Does the Movies: I watch every accessible movie, no matter what, and tell you all about it
- Sodomite invasion! Avowed homosexualist infiltrates NFL dressing room – but global apocalypse averted (old article)
- The lasting lessons of Louganis (old article)
- AudioVisionWatch: The Last Days of Disco
- DVD accessibility
- Sportfucking with Brett
- Standard techniques in audio description
- Qualifications & expertise in captioning and media access
- /design/: All design topics reunited
- More Autonominal Fonts: How can it be that the visual appearance of the name of a musical group can epitomize a typeface and vice-versa?
- CTV’s and Global’s licenses were renewed, with requirements for captioning and audio description. See the summary.
- Ten Years Ago in Spy
- Australian captioning colours: Simulating colour-coded captions. What works and what doesn’t?
- Autonominal Fonts: How can it be that the visual appearance of the name of a musical group can epitomize a typeface and vice-versa?
- The Ethics & Otitis Media World Tour: Homophobia in sports journalism, Aryan Nations homosexualists in Manhattan, and laying waste to the Media Access Group. A diary-in-progress
- Typographic requirements for captioning for HDTV: An ancient presentation made at the Deaf Way conference way back in 1989 (!)
- Sounding gay: Gay speech patterns
- At A List Apart: “All the Access Money Can Buy” – something to do with BMWFilms.com and accessibility (2001.06.26)
- Photo permission Q&A: Questions and answers about the use of photography and illustration in my book
- The CRTC, CTV, and audio description (full page):
- Intervention in the license renewal of CTV
- A semi-secret CRTC document on audio description, “Current Domestic and International Status of
Descriptive Video,” made available with corrections and clarifications
- All Joe Clark Weblogs: There are now so damn many we need a list
- Pimp me, Li’l Kim!: The ballbusting bleach-blonde harlot’s PowerBook needs a splashguard! (Now with superpiquant response from some kid named Geez Louise)
- Bookblog (on Building Accessible Websites) now up and running
- X OS X: The first straightedge operating system
- Apple design faux pas
- Resources for Webloggers and other “independent content
- Building Accessible Websites: I’m writing a book on Web accessibility
- Over at Tidbits.com: “Accessibility on the Mac: Trouble
in Paradise”: Apple has neglected disability access for
years, and shit is about to hit the fan. A four-part exposé!
I: The basics (February 19)
Part II: Adaptive technology access solutions (February
- Part III: Web accessibility (March 12)
- Part IV: Accessible multimedia (March 19)
Accessibility research roundup: Recent articles on captioning
and audio description (by other authors)
The hearing majority of caption viewers: Hearing people
outnumber deaf as caption viewers by a factor of several
- Beware of Apress contracts:
“Author’s book publishing company” my arse
- How different are commentary (or play-by-play) and audio
description on live television? Very different. Read how: Audio
description vs. play-by-play commentary on live TV
AccessiBlog: A Weblog of articles and sites dealing with the
topic of Web accessibility (2001.01.11)
Subtitling: Don’t try this at home: Apple now makes it
possible to create and subtitle and dub your own DVDs on a
PowerMac. What’s wrong with this picture? (2001.01.10)
and audio description on new Canadian channels: Blistering!
- AudioVisionWatch: The miserable
incompetence of AudioVision Canada is now documented on its own
subpage, with three reviews (The
of Green Gables)
Tissue of Lies: A miniportalette on how jobs – and
employment practices – in the New Economy stink
- Ma folie de
Manau: What’s there to like about a French Celtic rap
band? With bagpipes? Well, what’s not to like?
Jo(k)e-Jobs: Laughably unrealistic and overdone Internet job
Glorious People’s Myth of Standards Compliance: Netscape
6 and IE5 on Macintosh are claimed to meet the HTML 4 standard.
Except that they do not (2000.12.16)
- Redhead Cluster Phenomenon Sightings, Links, and History updated: Two redheads on the same
hockey team, neither of them Daniel
- At A List Apart: Flash access:
Unclear on the concept: Macromedia is late to the party in making
Flash accessibility. Are they too late altogether, and will hotshot
young designer d00dz get the message anyway?
- ISSN for Weblogs: Your Weblog can
become a legit periodical, without even a shotgun wedding
“You’ve Got Blog”: Webloggers made it into the
New Yorker. Time to read between the lines,
don’t you think? (Also book version)
- OS X, the great polarizer:
Everyone has mixed feelings about Mac OS X. Is it merely the latest
in a series of Apple design mistakes?
on U.K. “guidelines” on “subtitling”
- Does the New Economy require a benevolent society?: How
many drug overdoses will it take before we all agree?
- At A List Apart: The Web Is Like Canada: The Web
may best be defined by what it is not. (Warning: Rare experimental
piece. Baffles some readers)
- joeclark.org (bespoke site, home to old files and accessibility articles)
- fawny.org (also fawny.ca; personal site; read the Weblog)
- contenu.nu (putative “business” site;
read the Weblog)
Don’t forget: There’s also a catalogue of all available files;
you can search (see below); and you can send me mail if you
can’t find what you’re looking for.