Thanks for all the … interesting … blog posts over the years.
I’m Aaron Leventhal and I’ve worked on accessibility in Mozilla-based browsers since 2000 — for the first three years that actually meant working on Netscape, and now it’s Firefox.
These days I work at IBM to help make Web 2.0 accessibility possible, and enjoying watching the open source accessibility community grow. And way back in the last century I actually worked on Braille publishing software. Yep, I’m one of those “accessibility experts” you’ve heard about, but don’t hide! I’m not a curmudgeon about these things. For me it’s just about helping people make it all work.
I will dicuss open source & web accessibility, with a special emphasis on Web 2.0 and AJAX. Knowing me, I’ll also have a few crazy ideas along the way.