Apple puts accessibility features front and center

Although the flesh of Apple’s accessibility bulletin from WWDC has related to the implementation, there still are other components has declared that have relevancy to accessibility as well. Here, then, are some thoughts on Apple’s less-headlining bulletins that I believe…

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Gamers Are Getting Upset Over Forced Diversity, But This Straight White Dude Shuts Them Down In A Viral Twitter Thread

Back in the day when I was into video games, the question of diversity never followed to me. I played sports like Tekken and Mario Kart, happily changing between a variety of courages from an Italian plumber to a kickass…

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The Wing’s inclusive, exclusive approach to diversity

I’m a little horrified by how much I’m experiencing the Wing. The co-working seat for women is perhaps best knows we its Instagrammable aesthetic; envision color-coded bookshelves, staff in adorable pink sweatshirts, illustrated wallpaper that is grateful to local girl…

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Fox News’ Tucker Carlson hates on diversity while everyone else defends it

Fox News host Tucker Carlson went on a rant Friday against Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and other Democrats and politicians who have called for a most diverse workforce, authority, and American way of life. Carlson went off on…

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How Ava DuVernay Became a Creator of Worlds

Late dropped in the redwood forests of Northern California, it gets cold. Not wrap-yourself-in-furs cold–we’re still talking 51 degrees–but the various kinds of cold that expects layers, lest it sink into your bones. Nevertheless, in November 2016, when I visited…

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The Dirty War Over Diversity Inside Google

Fired Google engineer James Damore says he was smeared and attacked for cross-examine what he calls the company’s liberal political orthodoxy, peculiarly around the merits of diversity. Now outspoken diversity preaches at Google say that they are being targeted by…

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