Chinyoka on Linux Accessibility and Productivity
Switching to Linux
Towards promotion of empowering technologies on an open platform
a blog that promotes accessible solutions with the goal of being productive.
Reviewing Text on the Terminal with a Screen-reader
When working with a screen-reader, one of the setbacks of working on the terminal is viewing text. In this post, I am going to help you get started with this task.
Easy Tex Document Processing With Arara
From time to time, there are technologies that are celebrated for their life-changing effects. Nothing is so apparent in the document-processing industry as the tool I am going to discuss today, Arara.
Working With Pagers
How do we inspect files on our computer without the pain of launching a full-fledged text editor? We use something called a pager.
Why I Switched to Vim
Vim is a widely used text editor on the Linux platform. My switch to Vim was not surprising, though unpredictable six months ago.
Emacspeak is a popular screen-reading package that runs in Emacs, due to its accessibility features. The question is: How can one learn it. In this post, I hope to provide an answer to that.
Gnucash: Towards the Promise of an Accessible Accounting Software
How do you read? A Reflection on Accessible Formats
Customising the New Talkback Gestures
The Danger of a Single Narrative In Disability Empowerment