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YouTube’s automatic craptioning

This remains one of the biggest accessibility issues facing the web today but unfortunately there’s very little awareness about it.

Basically, the problem is that YouTube’s automatic craptions* provide no real accessibility benefits to end users who rely on good quality and accurate captioning to watch video content.



How to Make a Good Piece of Online Content

What makes a good piece of online content? A question which is the forefront of every Blogger’s mind. How can I make my content the most unique, visually appealing and accessible for everyone to see. 446 more words


ReviOUYA Review #36 - Fright Fight

Fright Fight, by APPsolute Games LLC, is a 4-man arena fighter with both online and offline capabilities.  There are 4 playable characters in the game:  Carmilla the Vampire, Hugo the Yeti, Grim the Reaper, and Kahn the Werewolf with more characters coming in the near future.  548 more words


Do We Need: Subtitles in Foreign Video Games?

I’ve always been someone who prefers watching a foreign movies with subtitles instead of dubbed. I didn’t figure out why, exactly, until after I’d lived in Japan for two years and then, back in the States, watched a bit of a dubbed anime with a friend and realized why the English voice actors were so weird sounding: they had no idea why they were saying what they were saying. 68 more words


EDUCAUSE 2014: Online Learning Could Fundamentally Change Role of Universities

A Harvard professor says the online disruption in higher education is among America’s most important problems.

Clayton Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, led EDUCAUSE 2014’s first general session on Tuesday. 124 more words