Friday 18 January 2008
5th Amendment rights and IT incompetance at Target.com
An interesting but potentially ugly case. [link]
Target misses ADA mark [link] by Mark Hall states it quite clearly "The folks at Amazon.com can do it. As can the people at eBay.com. And Wal-Mart does it, too. So, why, critics say, can't the IT staff at Target.com make their site compliant with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Is it lack of skills? Incompetence? Indifference? One thing we know for certain, advocates for the blind believe the company does not want to make its Web site accessible to the visually-impaired because Target is fighting tooth and nail in the courts to keep their Web site the way it is"
How stupid can the people running that company be? Quite stupid it appears. Customer satisfaction apparently is NOT in their lexicon.
What do you think?
Posted by Wildhair on Friday 18 January 2008 - 12:57:04 |
Tuesday 01 January 2008
Happy New Year - Welcoming 2008
2008 is here and so another year starts. We have some work todo today in switching over the wife's computer into a faster box. No rest for the wicked.
I did find some nice tools:
MajicJack [link] The best alternative VIOP phone on the market for the lowest price. Works great!
KeePassX [link] A cross platform password manager.
Thinking Rock [link] A GTD program following David Allens [link] "Getting Things Done" book.
This year I will be continuing to expand on my education being on sabbatical, but I do anticipate keeping this site more up to date then it has been.
A happy New Year to all!
Posted by Wildhair on Tuesday 01 January 2008 - 12:12:05 |
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