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Canadian Newspaper Charging $150 License Fee To Publish Excerpts

seanthegeek Re:Screen readers? (217 comments)

No, but some do select the text as it is being read to provide contrast.

about a year ago
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Canadian Newspaper Charging $150 License Fee To Publish Excerpts

seanthegeek Screen readers? (217 comments)

I'll bet this this screws up screen readers.

about a year ago
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How the U.S. Sequester Will Hurt Science and Tech

seanthegeek Re:Total BS (522 comments)

It gets worse. During an administrative furlough employees are not permitted to use earned paid leave, or to volunteer his or her services to his or her agency. Even Family and Medical Leave must be taken as Leave Without Pay. Any outside work is always restricted due to various federal ethics rules. Source: http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/furlough-guidance/supplemental-guidance-administrative-furloughs.pdf

about a year ago

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