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liminal nest : queer and fabulous 7h
Since it was apparently news to a lot of people that straws are used for accessibility (DESIGNED FOR IT, even) Here is a partial list of common kitchen items that can help disabled people cook (that we self pay for)
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Aisling McNiffe Jul 11
We went to the beach in Skerries yesterday and oh wow Jack got to use the beach wheelchair and go into the sea! Amazing! It’s the little things most take for granted that we are most grateful for!
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Ben Lewis-Evans Jul 12
The color blind options in game now also show you the weapon rarity range when adjusting the filters
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sideofextrajess Jul 8
To consider: Towns with no public restrooms. Restrooms in businesses become regulated so homeless people don’t use them. So homeless people use the streets, an obviously illegal act. Imagine being in a a situation where you couldn’t afford to pee legally.
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Ofcom Jul 12
People with sight impairments will be able to navigate TV channels more easily, following changes made by Ofcom to the Code governing on-screen programme guides. Find out more about the changes:
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CACL Jul 16
Barriers to , , and income security exist in many places.
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Diary of a Disabled Person. Jul 9
Big shout out to Leeds City Museum for allowing me to use the security lift at the back of the museum when the main lift broke. They provided an excellent service without any fuss and I wasn't made to feel like an inconvenience! This is how is done.
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Diary of a Disabled Person. Jul 16
Replying to @WheelsofSteer
1 Dehydration isn't an inconvenience; it👏can👏kill👏. 2 We're already inconvenienced enough by a lack of . 3 Plastic waste is still decreased if those who can stop using straws, and other plastics can get cut back. Or would taking your own bag be inconvenient? 2/2
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CoolfieldsConsulting Jul 17
Whenever I see features entitled something like "How to make a cup of coffee in CSS3 with no javascript" I am intrigued, and I will often go and have a look. But part of me is always thinking "Can't we just get basic right first?"
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Jessica Andrich Jul 16
Currently looking for who use for a study on the user experience of navigating in ! If interested, please e-mail: j.andrich.17@ucl.ac.uk or send me a DM! You will receive a £20 Amazon voucher for your time.
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Callum Langstroth Jul 15
More of this on first boot of games please!
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Evan Kirstel 2h
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Jenny Lay-Flurrie Jul 10
Proud to share the stage with friends, Sarah Herrlinger from & Eve Andersson from to share the latest in accessible technology. 10 demos in 45 minutes and a lot of fun in the process. The future is accessible folks!
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CP Canada 5h
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Matt Heinrich Jul 17
“As Steve Jobs once said, technology alone is not enough. It is technology married with the liberal arts married with the humanities that make our hearts sing.. technology infused with your values, making progress possible for everyone.” -
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Mark Friend 10h
Come and see me talk about the work I've been doing at PlayStation.
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Gilly & Parker Jul 16
Replying to @mssinenomine
Ridiculous. In my experience, very few health professionals have any real understanding of or of how people live their lives. There have been so many suggestions that have just made us shake our heads. Disabled people are the experts here.
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Dr Emily Kothe 19h
I just had someone say they are struggling with R because it requires typing and they normally use Dragon to dictate (which isn't working in R/ ) Does anyone have any hints for I can give them?
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Robyn Jul 16
Hey World! Does anyone have any good resources or advice about writing accessible content? All help advice appreciated 😀
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mx_etana 19h
I’m excited about the #51 this year. Why? It’s increasing it’s commitment to !
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