Month: January 2016

January 29, 2016

The weekend starts with…

I’m a huge Cracker fan. From their eponymous debut in 1992, through to their departure from Virgin Records in 2003 (complete with their farewell track to Virgin, “Ain’t Gonna Suck Itself”), and beyond (they last released a record in 2014), David Lowrey, Johnny Hickman and friends have been turning out alt-rock with a twist.
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January 15, 2016

The weekend starts with…

The year was 1976, and I was all over British art-rock/performance art bands: Yes, King Crimson, Queen, 10cc, Roxy Music, Supertramp, Genesis, and Deaf School.
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January 12, 2016

Accessibility Conferences 2016

Roughly 14 months ago, I wrote a post where I gathered up as much info as I could regarding digital accessibility conferences for 2015. Over the Christmas break, I was asked if I had plans on updating that post; the outcome is the following 2016 calendar.
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January 11, 2016

TVC15 Live (featuring SRV)

Today I woke to the sad news of David Bowie’s passing. A musician acquaintance of mine commented on Facebook about Bowie, and mentioned as well how he discovered SRV through his work on Bowie’s Let’s Dance album.
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