I would love to hear what people learned at HighEdWeb!!
I'm also still happy to talk about the joys of source code ordering in
the context of mobile web, but I don't have as great of a real world
example anymore considering the death of CSS media="handheld" (worthless
these days it sure seems)
Kristofer Layon wrote:
> Hello web colleagues,
> I'm writing with one reminder and one request:
> Reminder: our next meeting is Thursday Oct. 22 in 101 Walter. This
> topic is mobile web. If you are planning to present / demo / lead a
> discussion, please confirm with me and estimate how much time you might
> need so I can help facilitate the timing and pacing of the meeting.
> Request: our November meeting will be Thursday Nov. 19. Please let me
> know, among and of the topics proposed last month, which might be a good
> fit for Nov.
> And, I have one new idea: several of us attended HighEdWeb
> <http://2009.highedweb.org/> in Milwaukee last week, and took away
> plenty of new ideas, examples, and questions from web professionals at
> other higher ed institutions. I would welcome the chance to review
> notes, and organize a brief presentation to our group at the Nov.
> meeting, with those of you who attended if you are interested. Again,
> please let me know via email.
> Kris Layon
> U of M Web Standards & Accessibility Workgroup
> Kristofer D. Layon
> Director of Web Design & Online Collaboration
> 612.624.4545 : [log in to unmask] : http://blog.lib.umn.edu/layo0002/work/
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