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Accessibility, audio, games, Linux and other things, from a visually impaired person's point of view.


Changed the Website's Layout at Last!

9 years later - yes, the blog started in 2011 -, I finally got around to changing the website's layout!(Read the full article)

Status Update 2019/07/21

A lot has already happened in this year of 2019:

The year's first half was particularly hard. My mother got sick, and we went through some tough times. For a few months, I had no time nor inspiration and wasn't in the mood to post anything anywhere, and sadly had to put my violin lessons on hold as well. (Read the full article)

Small Status Update and a Post About Accessibility of Clickable HTML Elements

Just passing by to show I'm still around :P .(Read the full article)

Keyboards and Demo Songs

So far, I have owned three musical keyboards:

Watch the Persona 5 Anime Online and for Free

The game Persona 5 which I've been talking about so much got an anime adaptation! It's called "Persona 5 the Animation" and began airing in Japan on April 7th, 2018. And just like what happened to the Day Breakers special episode, the streaming site Crunchyroll is simulcasting (streaming the episodes right after they air in Japan), one episode each week, and even with English and Portuguese subtitles! (Read the full article)

How Persona 5 Sparked My Interest in the World of Coffee

Let Me Explain!

It's not the first time that a game from the Persona series makes me go out of my way to learn something new. The game Persona 3 even made me try to prepare ramen even though cooking isn't my thing. Now, it's Persona 5's turn.

In Persona 5, while acting just like a normal student during the day and fighting injustice and corrupt people at night, the young protagonist is forced to live in the attic in a coffee shop, and one of the activities to get items for missions is learning to prepare a good cup of coffee. But it isn't just any coffee! (Read the full article)

Slint, a Slackware-Based Linux Distribution that's Accessible to the Visually Impaired

As some already know, my Linux distribution of choice is Slackware. However, it isn't an easy distro for visually impaired users to install. The Slackware installer isn't accessible unless the users have a hardware-based voice synthesizer (I don't have one, and most others probably also don't), which means they'd need sighted assistance to install it and then install the screen readers. (Read the full article)

My First Week on Steemit, and My First Impressions

I've never had much patience, nor luck, with social networks.

  • I've tried to use twitter, but nothing came out of it. I didn't have the patience to read others' things and post constantly, and it was cumbersome to rephrase everything I wrote to fit the character limit. In the end, my Twitter was relegated to just informing people about blog and fanfic updates. (Read the full article)