Presentation: HTML5 and Accessibility Sitting in a Tree

Bruce went to down to London to present at the Accessibility London unconference. His theme was that, contrary to the belief of some accessibility consultants, HTML5 doesn't hate accessibility (or disabled people), but that it attempts to build accessibility in rather than bolt in on as an afterthought with extra special markup or WAI-ARIA.

The talk was recorded; when the video is available, I'll post a link.

Some links from the talk:

dev.Opera has more articles on HTML5 and Open Web Standards. I also co-curate HTML5doctor.