"The today's world of human-powered flight have been discouraged by COVID-19 pandemic condition. The news of STORK-B returning to display is a valuable topic for us and can encourage us until future days to come."
"Up to 90% of digital data is not used. We collect. We store. We create and then don't use. Data is the atomic structure of digital. Words, music, images, films, videos, software. It all ends up as data. Most data is like single use, throwaway plastic. What sort of society accepts 90% waste?"
"The answer is simple: People who are disabled want to be treated equally, so they expect you to design and build your website with inclusion and accessibility in mind and not to throw a band-aid on it."
"When you learn how to use an API, you're able to use services that would otherwise take you a long time to code yourself. You can add a robust search to your site with Algolia's API or a complete shopping experience with Snipcart."
"Chrome Story speculates that it may be integrated with Google's Discover feature, allowing sites to be easily added to that feed. Others speculated more broadly that Google may be building a replacement for Google Reader."
"Rather than having to test our sites by repeatedly switching our settings at a system level, it would be great if browser dev tools had the ability to toggle various user preferences on and off. Firefox recently added a dark mode toggle to their dev tools."
Let me be clear about my position: I think no one should use an accessibility overlay. Please don't get me wrong, I think AI technologies are useful. If such technologies are usable for improving accessibility, that's simply great. But ... every information is inseparable from its context, and the technologies are not great enough yet to provide proper acceesibility based on the context (in my observation, at least).
Yes, in an ideal world every business could and should prioritize accessibility, afford accessibility, think about accessibility, and have the privilege to care about accessibility as much as they do about sales and marketing. This is a beautiful idea, and we hope someday to get there, but in practice, it just doesn't happen.
Even if Accessibe thinks so, I never agree and would like to keep on working hard to make it happen, since I love the beautiful idea. I believe there are many accessibility specialists like me in the world, and I would like to work with them to change the web, to change the world, till the day comes.
"While the gravity of the global pandemic continues to weigh on us all, it has brought with it a certain amount of clarity. This crisis, along with the Black Lives Matter movement and the ongoing fight against climate change, has given rise to some markers for positive changes."
"NASA has awarded the Mars Ascent Propulsion System (MAPS) contract to Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation of Elkton, Maryland, to provide propulsion support and products for spaceflight missions at the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama."