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Archive for category: Accessibility

   (2012.08.05)

A couple of Android devices, running the rarely-seen current version of the operating system, kind of support accessibility. How well? About as well as you’d expect

   (2012.06.20)

Whether they’re captioned up front or shipped first and captioned later, Apple has the money to pay for captioning of its videos. Because I thought Apple was committed to accessibility

   (2012.06.07)

VoiceOver usage is about 9% on desktop but nearly half on mobile. There’s a reason for this

   (2012.05.15)

Esteemed colleague writes about the blind shooting the blind at the VIPhone user group

   (2012.04.19)

Last year, Republic of Doyle was atrocious. And now it’s been renewed for some reason

   (2012.04.17)

Twentieth-anniversary edition

   (2012.04.16)

Why might the TIFF Bell Lightbox be losing money? What else do you expect from an organization run by dour, contemptuous Piers Handling?

   (2012.03.11)

Novelist/columnist/journalist/bon vivant Russell Smith needs to quit dramatically bemoaning that his literary career is over the next time he suffers a retinal detachment. Instead, he needs an iPad

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