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The WAI Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) has published Web Accessibility Tutorials on Images and Tables. These tutorials show you how to create web content that is accessible to people with disabilities and that improves the user experience for all users.They include general guidance, and specific examples […][mehr] (Quelle: W3C News) The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group has published a Working Draft of CSS Display Module Level 3.Work has seeped into our leisure hours, making the two tough to distinguish.So I guess this column is my attempt to give you permission to do nothing every once in a while. But to take the time you need to get better at what you do, and enjoy it a lot more.How to be flâneur: wandering around with eyes wide open to inspiration.[mehr] (Quelle: A List Apart: The Full Feed) The Device APIs Working Group invites implementation of two Candidate Recommendations: Vibration API. This specification defines an HTML form extension that facilitates user access to a device’s media capture […][mehr] (Quelle: W3C News) The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group invites implementation of the Candidate Recommendation of CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3.This specification defines an API that provides access to the vibration mechanism of the hosting device. CSS is a language for describing the rendering of structured documents (such as HTML and XML) on screen, on paper, in speech, etc.They’d be lumped into the same screen-size–dependent groups, but they are two totally different device classes, so how do we determine what goes together?
This document describes a HTTP-based protocol for clients and servers to be able to efficiently retrieve large Linked Data Platform Resource representations by splitting up the responses into separate URL-addressable page resources.
In short, being idle tells your brain that it’s in need of something different, which stimulates creative thinking.
So it’s something to be sought out and cherished—not something to be shunned. But outside of those hours I consider it part of being a sane and good human to give my kids a bath, chat to my wife, read, and reflect on the day that’s past and the one that’s coming—without the pressure of having to be online all the time.
Sometimes when things clear away and you’re not watching anything and you’re in your car and you start going, oh no, here it comes, that I’m alone, and it starts to visit on you, just this sadness. People are willing to risk taking a life and ruining their own because they don’t want to be alone for a second because it’s so hard. I swear it makes me a better (and more productive) employee, but I can’t shake the feeling that I shouldn’t be writing this down because you’re just going to think I’m lazy. It doesn’t always work out, and of course there are times when a need is pressing and I take care of it at night. But I don’t sit and do email for hours every night.
The second problem I have with our constant pursuit of the productivity train is that it teaches us that setting boundaries to spend time with our friends and family = laziness. But hey, I’m going to face my fear and just come right out and say it: I try not to work nights. See, the time I spend with people is what gives my work meaning.