[10 - 20/100 days of productivity] although i was super productive finishing four assessments in the last few weeks, i didn’t have a chance to take pictures everyday :-( but, i’m on break for a few weeks now and then back in for summer school! lots of organising, internship finding, and random stuff to do!
movies or tv shows, summer or winter,
banana bread or cheesecake, swimming or hiking, nachos or popcorn, christmas or halloween, day or night, dogs or cats, phone or laptop, potato or rice, city or countryside, f.r.i.e.n.d.s. or how i met your mother
Tech is what makes many of our lives possible.
Much accessibility relies on tech.
Many accommodations are tech!
Without technology, many disabled folks wouldn’t be able to read, write, use social media - or the Internet at all, watch TV and videos, work, take online classes, take notes in class, record the class, have social lives, draw, do other hobbies, leave the house, take fucking care of themselves.
That story about the teacher who banned laptops just fuels this kind of thinking. Bet neither the teacher nor the article’s author even had a passing thought that technology is more than just a distraction, or that, y'know, disabled people exist?
A multiply physically and mentally disabled person who wants you to quit your ableism.
2/100 days of productivity ❇️ today’s been pretty busy & tiring day, had many practical classes. Thankfully we have a day off tomorrow so I can catch up with all the homework and lectures’ material. Feeling hopeful about java programming!