My book on iOS 7 from a blindness perspective, “iOS 7 Without the Eye”, continues to be available here on this site, via the Mosen Consulting Store. But now it is also available in Braille, e-Braille, and DAISY formats thanks …

“iOS 7 Without the Eye” now in More Formats – Available from National Braille Press Read more »

A number of people in blindness advocacy and technology inspire me. While of course there are certain things that advocacy and technology cannot change, there are many areas where we are right to strive constructively for a better tomorrow. Civil …

A Matter of Respect. Why I always write “Braille” with an uppercase B Read more »

I’m neither a sociologist nor a psychologist, but I wonder whether minorities go through an evolutionary process where at first they crave to be like everyone else, and ultimately mature as a group to the extent that they are comfortable …

There’s No Such Thing as a “blind Ghetto” Product Read more »

People from all walks of life, not just blind people, can get extremely partisan about their technology preferences. Anything their team does is unquestionably wonderful, while anything another company does is rubbish, simply by virtue of the fact that it’s …

The Apple Braille Crisis. It’s Got to be Fixed for the Kids Read more »

I’ve always enjoyed Kathryn Ryan’s interviewing style. So it was a pleasure to go into the Radio New Zealand Wellington studios today to meet her and talk accessibility to a mainstream audience. Her questions were excellent, and hopefully introduced more …

Interview with Kathryn Ryan on Radio New Zealand National Read more »