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Specifically I found them via their excellent page on screen reader testing. They do a great job talking about the different kinds of screen reader users (not all are blind!) and their particular needs, as well as emphasizing that accessibility is not completely or even mostly about screen readers, though obviously they are a big part of it.

soap.stanford.edu/tips-and-too

Shout out to the Stanford Online Accessibility Program website. It's the most coherent resource I've found that really explains all sorts of context around accessible websites. Not just "here are some tools" but "here is how to think critically about your users and make a site that works for everyone".

General intro: soap.stanford.edu/getting-star

List of articles on many different web accessibility topics: soap.stanford.edu/tips-and-too

"The networks do convey timely and valuable information, but it is buried in falsehood"

An issue of Gnosis Magazine themed on "Pop Culture & the Esoteric" from the Summer of 1994 is sitting at this coffee shop so of course I picked it up to peruse. I found this article written by a guy who'd been using the internet from 1982-1994 and his conclusion is it won't expand human consciousness to a higher level, or even result in meaningful dialogue. Note that the World Wide Web was so young it didn't even get mentioned in the glossary at the end. (W3C would be founded ~3 months later!)

my ranking of Pynchon novels 

my ranking of Pynchon novels 

my ranking of Pynchon novels 

I would like to learn to fluently read rot13 so that I can be spoiled for things more easily.

tech stuff that doesn't really matter 

lol just wrote my first yelp review in 2 years

I cannot wait to get to RFC-20 aka the first RFC whose contents I am extremely familiar with and have been for my entire programming career

It's important to note that when I release free software, it is neither free as in gratis nor free as in libre; rather it refers to "Free!", the sports anime about a high school men's swimming team

food, pdx, selfie 

food, pdx, selfie 

acab, police shooting of Black man, PDX, homelessness 

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