Sometimes forest fires drop right in your lap. Sometimes they have sacks of revenue attached. But really, some of the most satisfying projects are all about high-pressure deadlines and in the end, helping good people accomplish something meaningful is worth those grindstone burns.
When it comes meaningful tasks, web accessibility compliance always crosses the worthwhile threshold.
All of that is a roundabout way to say I’ve been preoccupied the past 24 hours and unable to write a proper post, but things will be back to normal in short order and you’ll find things back to normal on Monday.
In the meantime, be sure to catch up on the excellent “what did Gelb and the Met Opera board know and when did they know it” article from Justin Davidson along with the news about Levine ‘s lawsuit against the Met Opera from the New York Times’ always sharp Michael Cooper.