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A List Apart: Articles: This is How the Web Gets Regulated

Joe has written a rousing call to arms on the state of online captioning. It's a lengthy article but well worth reading.

‘Organizing Our Marvellous Neighbours’

Joe's new book will be ready soon. I expect nothing less than the finest wittertainment.

Apostrophe Atrophy

Documenting typographical abuse, specifically when single primes are used instead of apostrophes.

ATypI Brighton 2007

Audio and video from the typography conference held in Brighton earlier this year, including Joe's presentation about the signage in the Toronto subway. Download the files or subscribe to the podcasts.

Inscribed in the living tile: Type in the Toronto subway (Joe Clark)

The paper of Joe's talk at ATypI Brighton. It's fascinating, well-researched stuff.

When accessibility is not your problem (Joe Clark)

Notes from Joe's @smedias. Please read the whole thing before (mis)judging what he said.

Advice for presentations: It happens! ¶ Personal Weblog of Joe Clark, Toronto

Joe shares his experiences of public speaking. There's some great advice here.

Joe Clark, wanker designer - a photoset on Flickr

Having left web accessibility behind him, Joe camps out at the Clearleft office where he immediately turns into a wanker designer.

Mmm soyaccino

Toronto Interacts presentation, 2006.10.25

Joe's notes make for great reading, specifically "Accessibility is a precursor to usability."