Normally I reserve my blog for things related to my work and passion, and the web in general. This however is not one of those postings: instead, it’s a peek into my life.
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I am a 14 year veteran of Digital and Web Accessibility, living and working in Southern California. I currently work for JPMorgan Chase, as a Web Accessibility SME in their User Experience division. I am also actively involved with the W3C - the international internet standards body - where I attempt to stir the pot, fight hard for accessibility on the web, and am currently co-chairing a subcommittee on the accessibility of media elements in HTML5. My relatively up-to-date resumé can be found elsewhere on this site.
Everything on the site is my opinion (except comments written by others, which are their opinions). I often have strong opinions, and the views expressed here are mine, and not necessarily those of my employer or the W3C. At times, you may not agree with these opinions, or how I choose to express them. This is not my problem. Clear? You can also read my complete Site Disclaimer, Comment and Privacy Policies if you are so inclined.