Just a quick note to my future self. Yesterday was the day I gave a presentation on “Web Standards and Accessibility” to some folks at work. Had a very good mix of people in a small group of about 6. I talked too much and had too many slides (as usual), but I think it went fairly well overall. What struck me as odd? The folks who were not present. Unfortunately, the people who weren’t there are the same ones that need to hear the presentation the most (in my opinion). Not a single project manager, art director, or upper-level manager. No sales people or account managers. Perhaps they’ll be at the repeat performance? Hmm…Don’t forget.
Archive for October, 2005
For the past 12 hours or so I’ve been debating about even adding a post about this. But I think it’s good to finally admit it… lately I have been suffering from iPod envy. You see, about a year and a half ago I bought a Creative Labs Jukebox Zen Xtra MP3 player. And I’ve been very happy with it. Well, I’ve mostly been happy with it–until I started learning more about podcasting. Then I broke out into a really bad case of jealousy for anyone who owns an iPod. Continue Reading →