When it comes to not keeping my blog updated, I’m in good company around the Internet. And yet, I feel badly about it. The iOS 12 edition of my book, iOS Access for All is out in the world. Please go get one. The ePub and Apple Books editions (which are identical, but for the fact that Apple Books takes 30 percent) are on the virtual shelves. The PDF version, of which I’ve spoken lovingly…
Category: Pods and Presos
Platforms, Web sites and social networks occasionally overwhelm me, and I occasionally feel as though I’m overwhelming the various outlets I use with announcements of the things I’m up to. So this is a roundup of shows I’ve made and been a part of lately, because I neglected to post them when they happened. Parallel #2 features my guest, audio description pro Valerie Hunter. Clockwise #255 is the most beautifully short tech podcast I know…
On the first full episode of Parallel on Relay FM, I’m joined by Stephen Hackett and Larry Skutchan for a chat about computer history.
My friend Josh de Lioncourt has a new show called Something to Say. On each episode, he talks to a creative person about what he or she does. I was honored to be the first guest. This little show is a pretty good summary of how and why I write books, and how I got to be pretty good at it over time. I’m really looking forward to hearing more of Josh’s guests.
As part of Texas Standard’s Land Before Texas series, I produced and reported this story about some very old cats who live in Austin. Here’s a direct link to the audio:
Last summer, I was honored to be invited to speak about automation, publishing and accessibility. Videos of my presentation and others are now available on the CMD-D web site. I was really pleased with the event, and all the great presentations. Enjoy!