Introduction For nearly twenty years, the community of people working on disability related issues involving technology have worked very hard to create a set of standards, guidelines and best practices for accessibility. This article intends to explore the history of why the rich set of standards we now have available to developers had to be… Read more about Standards Are Important
Introduction As I wrote in my previous piece, I spent the weekend of 4/12-13 at the QED conference in Manchester, England. This event is run by the terrific people at the Merseyside Skeptics Society (MSS) who did an incredible job of lining up speakers, arranging panels and delivering all of it in an entirely accessible… Read more about Back In The USA
Introduction Regular readers of this blog (both of you) would already know that I’m a vocal skeptic, humanist, atheist and science enthusiast. When I have the opportunity, I enjoy meeting up with other like minded people at conferences, “pub” events, local dinners and other similar gatherings. In our winter residence in Florida, I enjoy the… Read more about QED! QED! QED!
It’s been a long time since I last wrote a random musings article. In fact, I haven’t written anything like this since the BlindConfidential days. Lots of things cross my mind that may be interesting or amusing to our readers so I will write them down here and hope you people enjoy them. Locks of… Read more about I Left My Hair in San Francisco
The sounds of baseball on the radio are, to me, the sounds of summer. The cadence of the play by play announcer provides the rhythm while the color commentators provide the melody. The slow pace of the game described along with baseball lore, anecdotes, history, statistics and the like bring me to what is, perhaps,… Read more about Radio Days and Radio Nights