Tag Archives: accessibility

Of money and mouths

I’ve been writing recently about various ways of funding public goods. The time has come for me to put my money where my mouth is. Or rather, for me to ask you to put your money where my mouth is. Let me explain. Continue reading Of money and mouths

High-resolution tactile displays

One of the ways in which some blind people interact with computers is via refreshable braille displays. But these tend to display at most 80 characters at once, and are apparently quite expensive.

So what alternatives can we come up with? Continue reading High-resolution tactile displays