Category Archives: Real life
There was a W3C session called “Accessibility at the Edge“, essentially trying to tackle the technical aspects of accessibility overlays. I’ll add links to the session and video if & when that is published.
I just wanted to capture my main point:
From a first principles point of
Sound and Vision quality
Brexit – letter to my MP
Writing to your MP can feel like sending a missive into the void, especially if you didn’t vote for them and generally don’t agree with them. For example, my MP is Brexit campaigner Liam Fox, and I am not a Conservative voter or pro-brexit.
So for my own sanity …
AI for Facebook fake-news
With so much hype around artificial intelligence, and so much news around the impact fake news has via Facebook, I’m surprised no one has put them together.
I came across a share from a friend which was basically a fake (Kurt Cobane suggesting Trump would be president in 1993), so …
Get off the Internet
Laws that undermine security
The Draft Investigatory Powers Bill combines some previous laws and makes more explicit what the (UK) Government security services can do. That’s a good thing.
However, there are two areas where I think the bill will make life worse for us (UK citizens):Undermining our security, for the general everyday…
CSUN 2014 round-up
CSUN: International Association of Accessibility Professionals
CSUN 2014 prep
Just a little heads up that I will be going to CSUN for the first time this year, which is taking place next week 19-21st March). I’ll be in San Diago (usefully) from the 18th to 23rd March.
I’m going to try and blog what I find, so suddenly this …