“I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which… Continue Reading Take this job & shove it. I’ve retired from Accessibility Consulting
Yesterday, February 28, 2012, the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) hosted an event titled Taking Accessibility Mainstream: Making the Case for an International Society of Accessibility Professionals as an all-day pre-conference session as part of CSUN. The context for this event is as follows:
This forum is intended to bring focus to… Continue Reading What does it take to call yourself an accessibility expert?
Recently, I was reading ‘r/fitness’ on Reddit when I came upon a thread on GOMAD, a get-big-quick scheme where you drink a gallon of milk a day to gain weight. The gallon of organic whole milk in my refrigerator has 16 servings at 147 calories per serving. There are 45 calories from fat… Continue Reading My first fitness post: Suck it up, there are no quick fixes
This news story lays it all out there about what the “Occupy Wall Street” thing is all about. I don’t want to get too political here. My politics are my business and this is not a political blog. What is clear regardless of political affiliation is that our economy is a wreck right now.… Continue Reading You are the master of your own destiny
This is me. A slight contrast, you may find, from the picture on my resume.
I became a fan of punk rock music when I was 12 years old. Using the hand-me-down stereo given to me by my sister one day during the summer of 1984, I stumbled upon Towson University’s 89.7 FM… Continue Reading “Weird” people need to stop whining
When I recollect that at 14 years of age the whole care and direction of… Continue Reading You’re Known By The Company You Keep
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