“Wireless for the Disabled” (January 20, 2004, 0) - A team led by Georgia Institute of Technology computer scientist John
Peifer wants to enhance the lives of disabled people by designing wireless
assistive technologies out of affordable off-the-shelf components. The
prototype system devised by Georgia Tech researcher Jack Wood is a wearable
E-Mail from email@example.com
Growing into an artist (November 26, 2012, 3) - “Are you an artist?” people ask me when they see me carrying a sketchbook or drawing my notes on a tablet PC.
My first instinct had been to say, “No, not really. Look at these. They’re just stick figures. You can do them too!”
Then I realized: this is it – this is that self-deprecation-of-what-you-do that
And now for a bit of lighthearted fun… (January 19, 2005, 0) - “Sexiest Geek Alive” is a geek pageant done right. =) Google for it or
be lazy and just check out the following links.
Why does it work? ’cause it’s as geeky as heck.
Positive stuff about women in technology:
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Blind computing (December 9, 2003, 0) - Text of my e-mail to Bong Copuyoc:
I’m glad to hear that you’re working on an article focusing on
assistive technology! I started looking into it because I wanted to be
able to use my computer while walking around. Although the
head-mounted display looked really cool, it was heavy and conspicuous.
Fortunately, free and open-source tools such as the
dasher and jogdial? (March 24, 2003, 0) - I wonder if there’s any way of getting dasher to work with the Sony
jogdial. That might be a nice input method I can use when I’ve got my
left thumb on the mouse buttons and my right thumb on the mouse or jog