Introduction I want to start this piece with an apology to all of the many readers who have made this into such a successful blog over the past nearly eleven years. In 2016, including this one, I’ve only published 5 articles, compared to an average of more than 20 in most years since I ended… Read more about 2016 In Review, A Few Predictions for 2017
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 A few of weeks ago, as I do most days while not traveling (I am writing this article on a train from Manchester, England to Edinburgh, Scotland), I was hanging out on TeamTalk with our usual crowd of blind hackers, technology freaks and other friends who join us on occasion. That day, one of… Read more about What Did I Just Agree To?
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
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