Epigram There's a world where I can goAnd tell my secrets to In my room, In my room (In my room) [In this world I lock out All my worries and my fears In my room, In my room (In my room) Brian Wilson (Excerpted from the web page genius.com/The-beach-boys-in-my-room-lyrics) Introduction A number of people… Read more about In My Room
Introduction Mia Lipner and I were as close to each other as any two people could possibly be. I loved her dearly from the day we met in May 2010 until her death on May 12 of this year. For the nine years we were coupled, when apart we talked on the phone more than… Read more about Remembering Mia Lipner
Introduction Last April, I published a piece here called, "A Long Time Between Articles" that briefly discussed a lot of topics. Under the heading, "Where Does All Of The Money Go?" I wrote that I suspected that many if not most large non-profit organizations who claim to serve the population of people with vision impairment… Read more about Blindness Charities And Money, Part 1: The Aggregation
Introduction I'm a happy subscriber to the AppleMusic service. It has almost everything I ever care to hear, AAC is a really high quality format that I find indistinguishable from lossless on high end gear and, at $10 per month for the individual or $15 for the family plan, I think it's a bargain. Years… Read more about Can An Ai Learn To Be Racist?
Introduction For the past nine months or so, I've been doing a lot of research into the issue of employment among the population of people with vision impairment. I'm still learning a lot about this issue and discovering that the problem is profoundly more complex than I would have ever predicted. At one time when… Read more about Work: A Personal Perspective