As a blogger I am sometimes shamelessly out-of-touch. Then Ricky Buchanan of AT Mac e-mailed me to let me know she was submitting my post about taking my class to see Les Mis to the AT Blog Carnival. Given that my life was (an continues to be) a little out of whack I am not even sure if I replied to that compliment (sorry Ricky).
Then I checked out the AT Blog Carnival website, it turns out it is written by the author of a blog I have been following on my RSS reader for sometime, Lon Thornberg who writes No Limits to Learning and No Limits to Life. (He also has My Reading Chair, with text-to-speech readings of books for children.) In the end I submitted another post of mine, Part Two of "My Voice is My Power" series about AAC. (I couldn't figure out if Ricky submitted the Les Mis entry for March or April.)
In the end the blog carnival provided me with some links to some great blog entries and some new blogs to add to my RSS feeds. Here is a quick list of the entries submitted (but you should check out the Blog Carnival site to read about why the each post was submitted).:
- From my blog: "My Voice is My Power: Part Two" (then read about the same individual in My Voice is My Power: Part Four) and Les Mis
- From Ricky's AT Mac Blog: "Did you know your Mac could do that?" and "Assisitive Technology Makes a Difference: Dustin's Story"
- From Ron Graham's Access Ability Blog: "Yahoo Acknowledges Inaccessible Content"
- From Dr. Barbara Boucher's Blog TherExtras: "Assistive Technology and Me"
- From Jason Voiovich at "The State of the Brand"
- From Paul Nastch at Assistive Gaming
- From Dustin Oakley at The Crass Pip on AT Blogging
- Craig Phillips, Second Chance to Live
- Heather Johnson on Audio Book College Content
- Nick from Understanding Media on Podcasting in the Classroom