A List Apart has an interesting article on how to use CSS to make online maps more accessible to visually impaired people. What I find most interesting is that A List Apart, being a web centric development site, applies web ideas to maps. It seems to me that much of what they are attempting to do could be done less complicatedly if a little more GIS functionality entered into some of these APIs. This type of article is what happens when so many different people from some many different backgrounds attempt to define data spatially. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing, since more ideas and more eyes can only make geospatial technologies that much more robust.