Introduction As I wrote in my previous piece, I spent the weekend of 4/12-13 at the QED conference in Manchester, England. This event is run by the terrific people at the Merseyside Skeptics Society (MSS) who did an incredible job of lining up speakers, arranging panels and delivering all of it in an entirely accessible… Read more about Back In The USA
Introduction Regular readers of this blog (both of you) would already know that I’m a vocal skeptic, humanist, atheist and science enthusiast. When I have the opportunity, I enjoy meeting up with other like minded people at conferences, “pub” events, local dinners and other similar gatherings. In our winter residence in Florida, I enjoy the… Read more about QED! QED! QED!
Introduction Regular readers of this blog, which is to say people who read the articles I write unrelated to disability as well as those about accessibility and such (about 10 of you), would know that I’m also passionate about music, literature, poetry and a lot of other artistic endeavors. At any given time, I’m usually… Read more about Good Books, Bad Books, You Know I’ve Had My Share
Introduction [This is an edited and corrected version of the article I posted on 2/21/2014. As always, when a factual correction is presented, I go back and fix the problems. I’ve listed the two factual corrections in a section following the Introduction section. I’ve also made a few grammatical changes but these change nothing at… Read more about Testing Android Accessibility: The Programmers’ Perspective
Some people send me press releases when they do something new in accessibility. I tend not to publish them and have never published one verbatim. As I edited this one as a favor to its author, though, I’ll let it stand on its own. I use the Chicken Nugget Twitter client when I’m on my… Read more about Chicken Nugget, Accessible Twitter Client Released