A collection of links that made me think, are worth sharing, or provide a good reference point on future projects.
  1. Disability Web Access: I've Already Clicked Away

    "If a website is too much of an ordeal or time-consuming, then I've already clicked away." said Mike Adams who was born with a physical disability.

    • An estimated £11.8bn ($13 billion USD) is lost every year as the result of "click-away" costs because sites aren't accessible.
    • Mr. Adams is promoting Purple Tuesday, a day promoting accessibility awareness to businesses in the UK.

  2. What a Year of Learning and Teaching Accessibility Taught Me

    Accessibility isn’t easy. And often times it is downright hard. But that comes with the territory. Designing for humans is hard. And accessibility is, at the end of the day, all about and all for humans.

  3. The Internet is for Everyone, Right? Not With a Screen Reader.

    "Since the 1990s, the popular narrative of the internet has been one of progress: More people are online than ever and the web is increasingly open. But today, the internet is far from fully accessible. By some measures, it’s gotten even worse."

  4. Seek Wealth, Not Money or Status

    We’re going to talk about his tweetstorm, How To Get Rich (without getting lucky). We’ll go through most of the tweets in detail, give Naval a chance to expand on them and generally riff on the topic. He’ll probably throw in ideas he hasn’t published before.

    Naval’s the co-founder of AngelList and Epinions. He’s also a prolific tech investor in companies like Twitter, Uber and many more.