🔗 Making a Business Case for Accessibility in Small and Large Publishing Organisations

Show Me the Money: Making a Business Case for Accessibility in Small and Large Publishing Organisations | BookMachine DON’T: Say it’ll increase sales DO: Talk about compliance DON’T: Pretend to be a lawyer DO: Speak to a lawyer DON’T: Promise AI will fix everything DO: Explore vendor options DON’T: Narrow the conversation solely to print disability DO: Talk about readiness and future-proofing DO: Talk to experts

April 9, 2024 · 1 min · 66 words

📜 As a doctor, I don’t have to convince someone that vaccines don’t

As a doctor, I don’t have to convince someone that vaccines don’t cause harm; I just have to convince them that not vaccinating does. Saul Hymes (via Give It Your Best Shot — The Magazine )

October 21, 2013 · 1 min · 36 words

🔗 The Holocaust: What are the most convincing bits of evidence which prove, beyond a shadow of doubt, that the Holocaust occurred? – Quora

The Holocaust: What are the most convincing bits of evidence which prove, beyond a shadow of doubt, that the Holocaust occurred? – Quora No Nazi was ever a Holocaust denier. This one, simple fact shows that everything the modern deniers try to claim is a post hoc contrivance. From 1945 onwards, thousands of Nazis were captured and hundreds tried for their part in the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity. They tried to pretend they were someone else, they tried to pretend they didn’t know what was happening, they tried to pretend they didn’t have as much to do with it as others, they tried to claim they were just following orders and they tried to justify it as “the kind of thing that happens in war”....

September 17, 2013 · 1 min · 139 words