Deciding to focus on accessible and inclusive design is the culmination of a long professional struggle for me. I was born with cataracts, which occurs in about 1 in 10,000 live births. Before I was a year old, I would Continue reading Who are you and What are you doing with this blog?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the unemployment rate for people with disabilities is roughly double that of Temporarily Able Bodied people (TABs). This is likely an underestimate for many reasons. Disabled people are also more likely to Continue reading Why I withdrew from a job search during a period of historic unemployment
I was inspired to write this by Doug Yeo’s fascinating and disturbing essay on a trombone classic. While I never played Lassus Trombone, I have listened to many recordings by artists I admire greatly. To briefly summarize: Mr. Yeo makes Continue reading A brief meditation on Ching-a-ring Chaw