Google Desktop Download →
Now for Linux!
Up early to mow the lawn and paint bookshelves for Jackie. Do shelves that hold bound paper count as a proper gift for a first anniversary? Four cases hold about 50% of our books. Dang.
Oh! The places you'll go!
For those who read this, I’m not longer working on GNOME accessibility projects for IBM. I’ve been transfered to the QEDWiki project, and may or may not have accessibility duties in the long run, but possibly some in the short term. Nevertheless, I’m writing up some final documentation on LSR in hope that someone will find it useful: A patterns document stating ways to solve...
Home page →
Q: Why a static HTML site? A: I need a place to collect tutorials and such. I hate using a blog for that purpose.
gb: cool. Now maybe my rank will go up. It's all about driving traffic to my blog ;-)
me: Yes. I know you're dying to become blogopular. You heard it here first: blogopular, regarded with favor by other blogger geeks.
Fixing Firefox Flash Foolishness →
Gary has solutions for two accessibility problems with Flash applications: Having to click on or mouse over a Flash embed before it receives other mouse and key events. Having no access to right click events in embedded Flash.
Yes, this too shall pass
Yesterday, IBM decided to change strategies with respect to GNOME accessibility: http://www-03.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/schwer Under this new plan, IBM is no longer supporting development of LSR, accerciser, pyatspi, AT-SPI::Collection, or Firefox/AT-SPI accessibility. These projects will not vanish, but the news does have an impact on each. Accerciser Eitan Isaacson is busy preparing...