May 31, 2016

Life Changing Technology for People with Disabilities

When most of us think about eye tracking technology, it sounds pretty interesting, but it’s not something that’s going to change our lives. Eye tracking allows users […]
May 24, 2016

Whole Foods and the Pre-Peeled Orange Debacle

Back in March of this year, Whole Foods Market became the center of an internet firestorm when a customer, Nathalie Gordon, tweeted a picture of pre­peeled and […]
May 17, 2016

Fighting to be Understood: Living with ‘Invisible Disabilties’

Sometimes, a disability is more obvious than another. They can be immediately apparent, especially when someone relies on a wheelchair, walking cane, or crutches. Although, there are other […]
May 10, 2016

Combat Veteran’s Run for Office

A military veteran from Jupiter, FL by the name of Brian Mast is running for the Republican nomination in the House district of southeastern Florida. One thing […]