Introduction Last month, I attended the HopeX, Hackers on Planet Earth conference in New York City. It was a terrific event and I encourage all of my readers to come to the next Hope conference when it happens in 2016. At HopeX, I enjoyed a lot of different talks and I had a lot of… Read more about The Amish User Experience
Introduction Any regular reader of this blog (both of you) would already know that I enjoy using a bunch of different products from Apple. I use an iPhone 5S running iOS/7, a Macbook Air running OSX/Mavericks with all of its updates, we have an AppleTV set-top box and we use an Apple TimeCapsule router. The… Read more about Apple and the Accessible Internet
Introduction Recently, I wrote an article called “Job Access With Bugs?,” in which I explore some of the generally accepted notions around access technology for PWVI. That article came as part of my ongoing attempt to record the history of the screen reader in the years following 1998, when I joined Henter-Joyce as Director of… Read more about Preserving Our History
A Note To Our readers Mark Riccobono is the new president of NFB, that nation’s largest group advocating for people with vision impairment. I find him an interesting choice as president of the organization. This is a letter Ive drafted to him regarding NFB, technology and its recent resolution asking Apple to require accessibility for… Read more about An Open Letter To Mark Riccobono
Introduction For years, I’ve heard anecdotal reports that JAWS, the world’s most popular screen reader, has more bugs, is less reliable, more unstable and of a generally poorer quality than some of its competitors. In that same period, starting in 1998 and continuing until today, I have never seen a single bit of quantitative evidence… Read more about Job Access With Bugs?