This kind of thing is why Facebook is the platform I love to hate. The message here seems to be yes, we’ll grant you access and make sure our platform is inclusive, just don’t talk about the things that make your life difficult. If that’s true, Facebook is about to become less useful, since there are any number of support groups and pages for people dealing with almost anything that can make living feel difficult.

By Simon Sansome In an astonishing recorded call from Facebook, listen below.   Ability Access is the UK’s largest disability page with over 12,000 followers and often goes viral. This week is no exception, with reaching an audience of over 5 million people and 1.5 million interactions. Earlier this week, Ability Access, was blocked from…
— Read on abilityaccess.blog/2019/04/08/breaking-news-disability-is-not-good-for-facebook-says-facebook/

Before there was Starship Changeling, I was writing teaching guides like this one for teaching Braille Screen Input on iOS. I have a copy of the original with correct headings and spacing if someone wants it.

Why Should You Learn to Use Braille Screen Input?
— Read on caneandcompass.com/2018/10/25/a-guide-to-teaching-braille-screen-input-on-ios/

Hello Followers,

When I posted about finding a Google docs extension for wordPress, I got lots of questions. Here is the link to the article that taught me how to use it. To this person’s advice, I’d like to add that it is a good idea to upload photos to the media library of WP, rather than insert them into Docs. This makes sure that when you add the alt text, it stays alt text and doesn’t become a file title written in scripturecontinuing.

WordPress.com for Google Docs is a new add-on that’ll make your life a whole lot easier. Here’s how you can use this tool for your website or blog.
— Read on www.cision.com/us/2017/05/how-to-use-google-docs-with-wordpress-and-why-its-awesome/