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Worley, Alissa <alissa.worley@...>
Dan – Thanks so much for sharing this. It is so important.
During our Inclusion & Diversity lunch at Consensus last year, one of the questions from the audience at the end of the panel was from a visually impaired gentleman who asked what the industry was doing for accessibility with its tools. It’s stuck with me because I don’t have a good answer.
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One outcome of blockchain adoption is an increased accessibility of information, even if that’s just a company to company perspective.
And of course, the adoption of any new technology hinges a lot on usability.
So it’s interesting to watch this 13 minute film, “Access” (https://vimeo.com/311999966), which has nothing to do with blockchain, but a lot to do with the juxtaposition of two forms of accessibility.
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