Tag Archives: Atlanta

What’s in a Name?

Terminology means a lot. Especially in Congress. The Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights has been renamed to just: the “Subcommittee on the Constitution.” I find this troubling there was a rationalization for the change in name; … Continue reading

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“You’re Welcome”

Those two words had the ability to simultaneously annoy and confuse me this morning. I got off the bus and was waiting to cross the street when a man pops into my field of vision, grabs my arm and yanks … Continue reading

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Find What Works for You

“Find what works for you” is my motto for working with people regarding assistive technology (AT). Personally, I’m biased when it comes to technology, I’m Apple fan through and through, mostly because it works for me. Whether it’s the iPhone, … Continue reading

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Planning for Accessibility

In my mind accessibility is something that should be second nature, especially for meetings and organizations that are tying to appeal to the largest possible audience. Alas, architectural barriers prevent this “second nature” approach from being fully realized. A great … Continue reading

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The Taxi Cab Dilemma

Getting around Atlanta can be a pain in the butt, we can all agree on that, right? Now, what if you don’t drive? Even bigger.  What if you’re fortunate to live in Dekalb or Fulton county? A little better, but … Continue reading

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