New Year, New Stuff

01 January 2005

Happy 2005. I’ve been quite quiet here because of a few things; a personal project keeping me busy, a hectic couple of weeks at work, and a holiday, away from the Smoke, with friends and family.

And now I’m back, ready to start again, only this time there’s a new number on the calendar. No doubt I will fluff a few cheques in the next week or two.

Anyhow, stuff that’s been keeping me busy and is moderately exciting (and which I should have plugged earlier): firstly, “How to spread the net“, an article I wrote for the New Statesman on web accessibility (mainly looking at the blind), which coincidentally accompanies the launch of the NS New Media Awards 2005 (which this year include an award for accessibility, in all its many forms).

My personal stuff isn’t quite finished yet – but it’s nearly at a stage I can show people – so that will continue to tick over.

Lots of other stuff on the go; all will be revealed in due course. Hope it all turns out OK…