I just thought it was a bit interesting when I read about this. A woman died in Kentucky after being bit by a snake at a church. Apparently at her church they handle snakes which is illegal in Kentucky.
The website for Burger King (bk.com) has to be the worst site I've come across in a long time in terms of usability. I have to wonder why they built it completely out of flash, unless there's something I missed.
Molly thought it was a pain to use her self and her vision is fine. She was trying to find nutritional information. I asked her to see if she could find a text only version but she didn't see any info about one either. I would think any big site like that would want to put at least a little work into accessibility.
According to teen points bb gun at wrong car a teenager thought it was fun to be pointing his BB gun at cars to scare people. I have to wonder if he shit his pants when two people inside pulled their real guns. It would've been funny to see his reaction to that and when he found out they were undercover police.
Maybe next time he'll think twice before doing something so stupid to try to be scare people.
It looks like they will in this thing. I'd like to have one to try to blend stuff. See it at will it blend?
I've been seeing sites that use CAPTCHAs that are a series of letters or numbers in an image to log into a site or do other things online. Being visually impaired these make it harder for me to do what I'm trying to do. There have been a few that even enlarging the image didn't help me be able to read it.
Some of them have such poor contrast or are so distorted there's no way I could read it. At that point I decide the site isn't worth my time anymore. I know there are some sites that use ones with sound too but in my experiences they seem to be few and far between.