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
If a 2013 US politician were to say any of the following about religion in a public forum, let’s say his or her Face Book page or Twitter feed, could they win an election? “Say nothing of my religion. It is known to my god and myself alone.” “The legitimate powers of government extend to… Read more about Reclaiming the US Founding Fathers
Earlier this week, I posted an article on this blog called “The Invisible Blind Man” that described the miserable accessibility experience my blind friend and I had at the Women in Secularism conference in Washington, DC. After posting the story, I generally received praise for the article but one blind friend of mine called me… Read more about Am I A Militant?