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!
Introduction Regular readers of this blog, which is to say people who read the articles I write unrelated to disability as well as those about accessibility and such (about 10 of you), would know that I’m also passionate about music, literature, poetry and a lot of other artistic endeavors. At any given time, I’m usually… Read more about Good Books, Bad Books, You Know I’ve Had My Share
Introduction [This is an edited and corrected version of the article I posted on 2/21/2014. As always, when a factual correction is presented, I go back and fix the problems. I’ve listed the two factual corrections in a section following the Introduction section. I’ve also made a few grammatical changes but these change nothing at… Read more about Testing Android Accessibility: The Programmers’ Perspective
Some people send me press releases when they do something new in accessibility. I tend not to publish them and have never published one verbatim. As I edited this one as a favor to its author, though, I’ll let it stand on its own. I use the Chicken Nugget Twitter client when I’m on my… Read more about Chicken Nugget, Accessible Twitter Client Released
[Editor’s note: This guest post was written by my new friend Scott. He’s a deaf-blind technology consumer who uses computational devices via a braille interface alone. He is also an adaptive technology instructor teaching those who are deaf-blind, and a member of the AppleVis editorial Team. This post is written purely from the perspective of… Read more about Testing Android: A Deaf-Blind Perspective