Introduction Back in December, I wrote an article called, “2014 In Review And Predictions For 2015” in which I somewhat disingenuously predict that this will be a big year for NVDA. I say “disingenuously” not because I don’t think this is true but, rather, because I had a lot of insider knowledge about some of… Read more about NVDA Remote Access
Introduction This story has been unfolding as I was writing this piece. I was in process of doing my final edits when I received a phone call from one of my sources. For reasons that will become obvious as you read the rest of this piece, the FBI has been contacted regarding the data breach… Read more about Data Breaches Plague AT Industry
Introduction It’s been a while since I’ve done one of my random musings pieces. I think about all sorts of shit and, sometimes, I type up such notions and present them to you, my loyal readers. In this piece, I thought I might talk a bit about this blog itself and how it performed over… Read more about 2014 In Review And Predictions For 2015
Introduction Recently, I have been writing a series of articles about accessibility and Apple describing the cognitive dissonance I feel when I’m in a position in which I must praise the Cupertino technology giant. I wrote the first article, “Apple and the Accessible Internet” before I realized this would become a series so it reads… Read more about Apple, The Company I Hate To Love, Part 3: The Macintosh User Experience
Reintroduction Most of this article appeared first on this blog yesterday (10/14/14) under the title, “Apple: The Company I Hate To Love.” A number of our most loyal readers asked that I split that story up and start, as I did for Android, a series on the problems I perceive surrounding Apple and accessibility these… Read more about Apple: The Company I Hate To Love, Part 2: Where’s the Competition?