5 Accessibility Quick Wins (and two for this site)
Practical A11Y improvements.
66 and sunny.
The last time I stopped by my parent’s house they handed me a medium sized box full of my old CDs. As an elder-millennial I did have an iPod and a hard drive full of mp3s in college, so these CDs were from the pre-Internet days, and none of them were good enough that I wanted them around after graduating college. So, take a trip down memory lane with me, by way of CD.
At some point I found a webpage that had an entire list of Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies. I put it in a Bear note but that doesn’t quite capture the “I just need a new way of thinking aspect” of it, so I put the list on a page, and it grabs one from the list at random.
The cognitive dissonance of digital communication.
Is a human on a Zoom call just an avatar of a human?
The motion of the ocean
Tides go out, tides come in.
My first podcast appearance
Because my wife is an amazing podcaster and, when it comes to dealing with me, editor.
TIL, you can download your iCloud data
Why bother with Finder when you can grab them straight from the cloud itself.
When you steal your ideas for a self-driving car from Maximum Overdrive
Full self-driving beta controls the whole car, but you’ll only need the edge of your seat!
Notes on the book Effortless, by Greg McKeown.