Hi friends, I'm inscript. I'm a theorist and writer. My background is in the history of digital audio and critical theory. I'm interested in philosophy, electronic music, and programming language theory. Glad to be here.
Okay y'all I did it! I finished ... well, what I set out to do with this for now. 1.0 of UI-UX-accessibility is done! FOSS folks can look at this and at least know enough to make something that'll work for blind people, to the best of my knowledge. If anyone else has anything to add, just let me know or do a PR. I really hope this is actually useful and goes somewhere. People have been asking for this so maybe it will.
Here is a video we made for our first release on HINTT! We're very happy to have Gregor Dys on board and bring to you his intricate, complex ambient album 'errors / regrets'.
Tape & Digital by HINTT. Out thursday July 1st 2021.
The video contains flashing images
The scholar Lauren Berlant just passed away. To celebrate a great thinker's legacy, I'm going to reread parts of "Cruel Optimism" this week: https://www.dukeupress.edu/Cruel-Optimism/
looks like the PICO-8 creator is working on a new fantasy console:
Thread: About Windows 11's high system requirements. You know, a lot of blind people, who don't have jobs, live on social security and disability money, and who definitely don't have the newest computers, won't get Windows 11. This could have been a great chance for Linux to step up and say loud and proud "Because we support every person's ability to choose their system, and use and learn about computers, we will never force upon users what system they must run. And because we stand proudly with people with disabilities, all blind people are welcome in the world of free and open source software, where they can learn and create just like everyone else."
But no. Gnome, one of the most popular desktops on Linux, is trash with accessibility. KDE is working on it, but that'll take years. Who's ever heard of Mate? And who makes current software for the command line, for users and not other developers?
@neauoire Oh, I thought the 100r wiki was just Oscean with content. You are probably right re my usecase. Out of curiosity, how are they different?
podcast editor, mix engineer, unix fan
interests: language, computation, media(text)
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