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I’m back! This website was hacked, and I’ve been super busy with work and life; too busy to clean up the hackers’ mess and tighten security. During this down time, the site has alternated between an unstyled and unhelpful WordPress error (“There has been a critical error on your website”)… … and a very simple […]

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The Power of Silence, Part 2

With only a few days remaining until Election Day in the United States, things are likely to get really loud, as if they weren’t already loud enough. If you’re like me, occasionally you need to turn down the volume and embrace the silence. I’m hesitant to talk or write about silence since these very words […]

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The Power of Silence, Part 1

The 2020-21 NFL season kicked off this week. I write this having just watched the Seattle Seahawks beat the Atlanta Falcons in an empty stadium. The TV broadcast included fake crowd noises that were somewhat effective for manufacturing a sense of excitement, but a little off in their cadence and authenticity. The kickoff event of […]

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Pulling the Plug on Peakware.com

The idea for Peakware was spawned in 1994 on the summit of Mount Elbert, the highest mountain in Colorado and the second highest in the lower 48 states. This was was my first fourteener (mountains higher than 14,000 feet), and I was hooked. I loved the physical challenge of hiking more than 10 miles and […]

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March Madness 2020 (in May, with Web Accessibility instead of Hoops)

In 2020, COVID-19 upended society in countless ways, including the cancelling of the annual NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. This meant cancelling my annual Accessible Tournament Bracket and pool, which is something I always look forward to. Fast forward to May. I’m giving a presentation at the HighEdWeb Accessibility Summit on Accessible Navigation Menus, based in […]

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