Wordcamp Speaker: Nathan Say

Posted by on Oct 9, 2008 in Speakers, WordCamp Speakers4 comments

Radical Inclusion: Blogging to the Masses

With todayʻs medical advances, people with disabilities that were dying at birth in the 1950s and 60s are able to live full and productive lives. One place where many people with disabilities are able to thrive is the Internet community, where people are virtually connected in seconds. They are eager to buy your products and learn about your services.

In making a few simple changes to your blogs, people with disabilities will be able to tap into your world and partake of what you have to offer. Come and learn about Blog and Advertising Accessibility, so you can make it work for you.

picture of Nathan Jay from the Center for Disabilities Studies, UH Manoa About Nathan Say:
Nathan Say is the Program Coordinator for the "My Voice, My Choice Project" at the Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaiʻi. Nathan is a vibrant, energetic, dynamic young man who has had multiple disabilities since birth. After graduating with a bachelorʻs degree in History from Brigham Young University-Hawaiʻi, Nathan began working at Hawaiʻi Centers for Independent Living as the Director of the Youth Program while taking graduate courses at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa. He is currently in the Disability & Diversity Studies certificate program. He is also Vice-Chair of Abled Hawaii Artists, Hawaiiʻs only celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act, dedicated to celebration of disability pride through the arts.

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  1. [...] forget to check out our Wordcamp speaker Nathan Say, who will be talking about small things you can do to make your blog and website more accessible to [...]
  2. I'm so excited to be speaking at the PodCamp/WordCamp later this month. People with Disabilities are truly an untapped economic and social resource to today's entrepreneurs. By making simple and small changes, you can tap in to a rich culture, and amazing people. I look forward to seeing you all in a few weeks.
  3. We're glad to have you too Nathan! I am one of the many who is ready to learn more about how new media can interact with People with Disabilities.
  4. [...] Nathan Say [...]