Land Line At home we have a POTS line. POTS stands for plain old telephone system. A POTS line when used for voice, as opposed to fax, is now commonly referred to as a land line. We have an analog telephone that gets all it’s power from the telephone system to which it is attached. […]
I am writing this on behalf of Accessible Twitter and Dennis Lembree. In The Beginning I was consulting at Cornell University in 1991 when I saw the first Web pages on a NeXT computer. The first pages were rather accessible but there wasn’t any assistive technology on the NeXT computer at that time. JAWS for DOS […]
The strange thing is: we usually only encounter out-and-out Disablism when interacting with school people. Now why is that?
I was very frustrated that Firefox for the Mac didn’t seem to work properly when I wanted to use the tab key to move through a web page. It was frustrating when filling in forms. The tab worked to move from one text field to another but would just skip over select lists. It was […]
By NICOLE NEROULIAS Published: July 27, 2008 Metro-North has added elevators to eight renovated Westchester stations in the last 10 years, and 32 of the county’s 43 Metro North stations will be wheelchair-accessible by 2010. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/27/nyregion/nyregionspecial2/27elevatorswe.html?ex=1374811200&en=879e17e8a7450803&ei=5124&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink