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Alan Dalton
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Alan Dalton 14h
Replying to @RealAlanDalton
“[Daniel Oppenheimer] showed that couching familiar ideas in pretentious language is taken as a sign of poor intelligence and low credibility.” —Daniel Kahneman, “Thinking, Fast and Slow”
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Alan Dalton 14h
“If you care about being thought credible and intelligent, do not use complex language where simpler language will do.” —Daniel Kahneman, “Thinking, Fast and Slow”
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Alan Dalton Jan 17
“[…] if what you produce is being used by another person, you will have an impact on that person’s life.” —
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Alan Dalton Jan 17
Replying to @2AccessAbility
Thanks for sharing that, Felicia!
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Alan Dalton Jan 17
Whoa…the World Institute on Disability—which co-founded!—tweeted my article for about the . 🤯 That makes me a happy !
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Dónal Fitzpatrick Jan 16
I am looking to make contact with blind and vision impaired students, and their teachers, based in Ireland and the UK. As part of the euromath project (funded by the Erasmus Programme of the EU) I wish to ascertain how mathematics is taught to blind and VI students.
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Alan Dalton Jan 16
Replying to @CEEKTechnology
Thanks for sharing that, Christopher!
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Alan Dalton Jan 16
Why do podcasters’ voices always go up by a semitone while they read sponsorship messages?
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Alan Dalton Jan 16
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Alan Dalton Jan 16
I’m looking forward to reading your new article at — but it seems to have a tiny bug. In line 1010 of the HTML, I think <code><flex></flex> should be <code><flex></code>.
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Mikkel Ax Jan 15
Developing something with accessibility in mind takes just as much time as developing something while neglecting someone’s needs.
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Erika Hall 🌎 Jan 11
The driverless car is the horseless carriage of future transportation. It's a failure of imagination. Imagine cities and towns designed around people first, and the transportation system that would be most suited.
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Alan Dalton Jan 13
Replying to @vavroom @jensimmons
…like did here: 👌
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Alan Dalton Jan 13
Did you mean “Professor Malone”, David?
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Nicolas Steenhout Jan 12
Podcasters: When you add a transcript for your show, put it in the body of your post, not as an attachment. That will gain you SEO. And it'll make it easier for people to access and use the transcript.
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Alan Dalton Jan 12
Replying to @NeilMilliken
That was ! 😄 I used those questions to help explain the in this article:
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Alan Dalton Jan 12
Replying to @NeilMilliken
help prevent users from having to ask: • “What the **** is this thing here supposed to be?” 🔍🤔 • “How the **** does this thing work?” 😠📚 • “What the **** does this mean?” 😡⁉️ • “Why the **** doesn’t this work on my device?” 🤬📱
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Alan Dalton Jan 12
“[…] has finally grown up and joined the rest of us in understanding that software developers are designing the future.” —
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Alan Dalton Jan 11
Replying to @ryancarson @treehouse
📗🙏
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