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Improving the accessibility of social media in government

Government agencies are increasingly using social media to engage with citizens, share information and deliver services more quickly and effectively than ever before. But as social content, data and platforms become more diverse, agencies have a responsibility to ensure these digital services are accessible to all citizens, including people with disabilities. 61 more words


Adding captions and subtitles to HTML5 video

With the introduction of the <video> and <audio> elements to HTML5, we finally have a native way to add video and audio to our websites. We also have a JavaScript API that allows us to interact with this media content in different ways, be it writing our own controls or simply seeing how long a video file is. 65 more words


Still gathering no moss

In a recent post we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles film and album ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ in 1964. This album displaced the Rolling Stones first album in July after a reign of 12 weeks at the number one spot in the charts. 690 more words


Rubbish warriors: volunteers clean up Dili’s beaches

Volunteers have begun a weekly cleanup of Dili’s beaches in an attempt to reduce the amount of rubbish going into our oceans.

The event was started five weeks ago, when Conservation International, Dive Timor Lorosae and government organisations spent a day cleaning up dive sites and beaches. 48 more words


Online Reviews Affect Opinion

Last week, we posted information on consumer’s use of online reviews. Today, we’ll look into how online reviews the impact the consumer’s impression of businesses. 400 more words


Sky On Demand. Sky Anytime. (sometimes)

A deaf person requested subtitles for On Demand broadcasting from Sky TV. Below is their response.

(Physically challenged is a particularly interesting term for ‘deaf’)


Working to combat human trafficking

Organisations are working to raise awareness about human trafficking, as reports find Timor-Leste is a source and destination country for people who have been sold or tricked into slavery… 63 more words