Introduction Since 2009, WebAIM, a consulting company with a focus on Internet accessibility, has published an approximately annual report detailing the results of a survey they conduct regarding screen reader marketshare and the preferences of screen reader users. Recently, WebAIM published its “Screen Reader Survey #6 Results and I found the information compelling. As a… Read more about Screen Reader Market Figures: My Analysis Of WebAIM Survey #6
Introduction I rarely write anything too personal on this blog anymore. I did articles about my life when I wrote BlindConfidential but I’ve grown a bit more private and don’t live in an entirely “open source” manner any longer. I enjoyed sharing some tidbits of my reality back then but haven’t the time or energy… Read more about Two Deaths
Introduction Last week, I published a story here highly critical of NFBCS, NFB and Curtis Chong as leaders in technology related to blindness. The piece, “Accessibility And NFBCS” described a number of incredibly important issues in technological accessibility for people with vision impairment in which the largest advocacy organization in the world of blindness remains… Read more about The Foggy Third Party Screen Reader Issue
This story first ran on the excellent podcast Pod Delusion, where my friend Tannice Pendergast (@tannice_ on Twitter) read it aloud for me. I recommend that all of my readers go to iTunes and subscribe to this terrific program. I write about disability issues for Pod Delusion and am very happy to have a mainstream… Read more about Sex, Blinks and Video Tape
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