Category Archives: Accessiblity

I Got Nothin’

Hiatus As some of you know, I had been lying low for a spell. I’ve been spending time  chauffeuring (until my ”client” reached his 16th birthday)  cooking, dog-walking, attempting to write, thinking about home repairs,  doing some occasional YouTubery, reading. … Continue reading

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The Magic Circle Meeting: The Path Toward Funnification

There is no shortage of  blog posts, articles, (and other collections of vowels and consonants) that attempt to tie a current event (celebrity death, or a movie release….) to some sort of business problem as if this random event can solve the problem. The headline … Continue reading

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Chasing Accessible Reality (Originally Published 8/3/2011)

(This was post was originally published in August  2011. Some of the details in the first publishing are no longer in play —ie: Google+ has left us.  Also, the  figures of the population of consumers with visual impairments, and their … Continue reading

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Strong Goals & Flexible Means: What Would Dick Fosbury Do?

People in my professional circles  have most likely heard me reference the book “Teaching Every Student In the Digital Age.”  The book is about the Universal Design for Learning, an educational framework that was developed by the Center for Applied … Continue reading

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