In Issue 2, Khairani Barokka wrote about disability and hacking. Her most recent project is a book she co-edited: Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back, the first major anthology of UK-based D/deaf and disabled poets, which is a wholly multiformat and multimedia book, including audio links to readings by poets, poetry films accessible online, and accessible e-book format. She says, “Tech access means societal access!”
Our zinester from Issue 8, Jameson Hampton, has a new blog post to share on understanding our personal histories through internet archives: The Memory Archive Wayback Machine. In addition to writing code and making zines, Jamey is a panelist on the Greater Than Code podcast.
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