Working with checkboxes in a way that makes them look nice and act nice, Method Man the actor, and a documentary about one of the West Coast's best exports.
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Some helpful tips from Microsoft, what it's like to browse the internet as a blind person, and learning about this tiny Caribbean island.
Reconsidering this dinosaur thanks to new discoveries, listening to some good web chat, and getting lost in the absurd.
Overcoming worries about working with accessibility in mind, thinking about maintaining performance, and enjoying joga bonito.
A look at the various ways to properly label, discovering a new (but very ancient) city, and seeing names.
The impact of having vertigo for a month, looking at a potential design trend, and becoming a man in Leeds.
Some examples of how a little empathy has led to innovations in tech, why the kids are actually alright, and summarising why £1,000,000,000 is too much.
Looking at what is really required to be accessible, revisiting some helpful console functions for JS, and admiring the House of the Bicentenary.
Things to check to improve accessibility of a site, thinking more about prefers-reduced-motion, and Magicians of The Gods.
Looking at some stats from the latest WebAIM screen reader survey, judging rappers based on their lyrics, and giving Holden Caulfield another chance.
The original Los Angeles, Global Acccessibility Awareness Day, and why science prefers birds over spiders.
Exploring the idea that accessible solutions tend to have much wider benefits that everyone will appreciate.
How to make your child a multilinguist, why libraries are so much more than collections of books, and being better at web accessibility.
Living in World of Warcraft, looking at what Bristol could've been, and the morality of listening to Michael Jackson.
Exploring central Romania, how to survive falling into an icy death pit, and the history of Algerian sheep fighting.
Finishing up my relationship with Don Draper, hearing about prison life, and admiring Microsoft's adaptive controller.