That is OK in theory, but part of the problem is that those generalist websites rarely, if ever, ask accessibility developers for articles. Nor are they approachable with suggestions, I think. And even if some of their writers might be open-minded to accessibility, I think that they may well be discouraged by the negative attitude from their readership that often occurs when such articles are published in the generalist or designer-orientated arena. They tend to fail to promote the message that accessibility and design do not need to be at odds. I really would like to see more coverage, and I wrote as much yesterday in response to all this hoohah; but it needs to be better quality, published regularly rather than very occasionally, and better received by the audience.