Last month, Vanity Fair writer Todd Purdum and New Yorker writer George Packer wrote about what it’s “really like in Washington”. Well they didn’t go into the Ladies’ Room. I did. I was given an opportunity to go to Washington … Continue reading
The National Council on Disability just concluded its big summit and I have a lot to share with you re usability, accessibility, and you as designers and engineers. Technology was a CONSTANT topic (predictable) and of course, many of you … Continue reading
As if one visit yesterday weren’t exciting enough, today I returned to the White House AGAIN for the official tour. For those who are unfamiliar with how these things happen, one tours the White House by requesting such permission directly … Continue reading
Exhausted. It was about 2.5 hours of waiting on the south Lawn of the White House and it was icky, sticky, and hot but when Mr. President finally came out and spoke, it was all worth it. I was an … Continue reading
I’m testing this out as a better (i.e., not such severe content limitations per Facebook and Twitter) way to report to folks about my upcoming trip to the National Conference on Disabilities while I’m there in Washington DC.