Epigram “All the power is in the hands, Of the people rich enough to buy it, While we walk the streets, Too chicken to even try it,” The Clash. Introduction Regular readers of this blog and of BlindConfidential (its predecessor) already know that when it comes to Windows screen readers, I am an enthusiastic supporter… Read more about NVDA: Now More Than Ever!
a Introduction I’ve known Peter Korn, accessibility architect at Amazon, for nearly as long as I’ve been in the access technology world. He and I have worked on some of the same committees, forums and other working groups over the years and I’ve long been impressed with his intellect and ideas but, more so, with… Read more about Amazon’s Sky Rocket To Improved Accessibility
February is visually impaired awareness month so I chose to write about a very interesting project being announced today by a number of organizations and companies. Introduction Spotlight Gateway, announced today by a number of blindness organizations, a large pharmaceutical company and Bookshare intends to provide an iPad to every underprivileged child who is either… Read more about Howard Kaplan, Spotlight Gateway and Me
Epigram “More than 240 businesses nationwide have been sued in federal court since the start of 2015,” Sara Randazzo, The Wall Street Journal. Introduction Nearly a year ago, I published an article titled, “Stop The ADA Trolls” describing how the Pennsylvania law firm Carlson Lynch Sweet & Kilpela LLP (Carlson/Lynch) was perpetrating a lawsuit blitzkrieg… Read more about It’s Gotten Much Worse: ADA Trolling A Year Later
Introduction On February 16, I published an article here entitled, “Stop The ADA Trolls” which discussed what I believe to be an unethical and counterproductive process being used by the law firm of Carlson Lynch Sweet & Kilpela LLP to use the ADA to extort large sums of money from businesses with some to many… Read more about Stopping The ADA Trolls: Carlson/Lynch Should Sue Itself