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My top apps for 2014.

Well it’s that time of year again, and in keeping with my little tradition I thought I would share my favourite apps for 2014. As is the case with previous entries for 2013 and 2012, this is based on my own use of my iPhone over the past year and my experiences of various apps that I have tried out. 579 more words

Accessible Computing And Information.

Every Day is an Audio Challenge

Every Day is an Audio Challenge

I’m ninety percent through the long and complicated process of filling out one of those lengthy internet sign-up forms. They’ve wanted everything from my phone number to my Social Insurance Number, and it’s getting a little excessive. 1,480 more words


CFP, AMS Study Group on Music and Disability, Special Session at AMS 2015 in Louisville, KY

CFP: What Is Accessible Musicology?

Special Session of the Music and Disability Study Group

AMS Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky

As currently practiced, musicology can be an exclusionary discipline, accessible mostly to those who are able to attend institutions of higher education, travel to conferences, and communicate scholarship through presentations and publications. 213 more words


#649 and #650: Making Room for the Ones You Love (Is How They Know You Love Them)

Season’s felicitations, Awkward Army! Elodie Under Glass here with two letters about accommodating your loved ones during stressful celebrations. Goodness, could this be a TIMELY POST? 4,048 more words


Market Veggies - Dec 20

This will be our last mobile market before the Christmas break so be sure to swing by our mobile market to stock up on your feast veggies! 62 more words

Mobile Produce Market

WordPress 4.1, dubbed “Dinah,” came out today. It features a new default theme, Twenty Fifteen, and many other cool features and improvements.

I contributed a handful of patches to help with Twenty Fifteen’s accessibility, and its accessibility-ready tag. 12 more words


Wayne's Bathroom Remodel

Bathroom Remodel – unfortunatley no before pics (yet – homeowner may have taken some pics so I’ll see if I can get those).

The bathroom was remodeled to make handicap accessible – door opening moved and widened, bathroom lenthened, tub removed and replaced with low-step tiled shower, sink cabinet replaced pedestal sink, new linoleum, new paint.

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