On to The Next One – The Alternative Twitter

In response to the events that have taken place at a shocking rate on Twitter in the last 48 hours, the calls to leave the platform for others are at a fever pitch leaving many scrambling. I keep getting asked for my thoughts on an accessible Twitter alternative, so here they are.If you are looking… Continue reading On to The Next One – The Alternative Twitter

Anxiety – The Second Phase

A week left in my staycation and two days before my birthday as I sat on my bed in 90+ degree darkness. My spouse is asking me if I want to evacuate as our apartment building was potentially on the verge of burning down for the third time in 12 hours. I acknowledged what they… Continue reading Anxiety – The Second Phase

Come so far (Got so far to go): 32 Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act.

Some of the"Gang of 19" activists sleep in front of an RTD bus during their protest in Denver in July 1978 On July 5, 1978, 19 disabled activists positioned themselves in downtown Denver’s busy intersection of Broadway and Colfax. For two days, they used their wheelchairs to surround several Regional Transportation District (RTD) buses and… Continue reading Come so far (Got so far to go): 32 Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act.

My Thoughts on Accessibility of NFTs and Web3

This image is not an NFT but a stock image. Almost every day for the past six months, I have run into some type of discussion and debate about Web3. A quick explanation of Web3 is that of a decentralized Internet where applications and platforms will no longer be operated by centralized entities like Google,… Continue reading My Thoughts on Accessibility of NFTs and Web3