Beautiful and functional accessibility from Belgium:
Found via Proferssor Robert Harris on Twitter.
Because access matters, and providing access in an aesthetically pleasing way is a very nice bonus.
In an article about disclosure when writing online, author Roxane Gay includes the following explanation of what being an introvert online means to her:
“For me, one of the biggest draws of the Internet has always been how I can be alone and yet find connection with other people. I am an introvert. I can fake extroversion, but it is exhausting. I prefer quiet, even when I am happily around other people. I spend an inordinate amount of time in my head. Online, I can be in my head and with interesting people. I can be alone but feel less lonely.”
A fantastic explanation! Because, in general, introverts do not hate people (that’s misanthropy), nor do they fear social encounters (that’s shyness). Because introverts are not bogeymen.
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie gives voice to Nigerian and American life, telling stories about moral responsibility, the end of colonialism, ethnic allegiances, class and race, and love and hatred. I was struck by two quotes attributed to her:
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie quotes from nneckbone on Tumblr.
Because stereotyping in media hurts real people. Because representation matters.