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 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?
Reintroduction Yesterday (10/14/14), I posted an article called “Apple: The Company I Hate To Love,” in which I described my personal history fighting Apple on things regarding intellectual property law and software freedoms as well as discussing their recent iOS/8 release (a major disappointment to me). A few of my most loyal readers suggested that… Read more about Apple: The Company I Hate To Love, Part 1: My Long History Fighting Apple