Ricky, don’t lose our number

Ricky Buchanan, the brilliant and dedicated mind behind the AT Mac blog, has written a great piece on how Leopard/Snow Leopard parental controls also have implications for folks with cognitive disabilities. While some of these could be misused by a well-meaning caregiver–e.g., why should access to profane dictionary entries be denied on the basis of IQ?–the ability to simplify the interface and make common applications easier to locate will be welcome in many circles.

AT Mac: Aid Accessibility With OS X Parental Controls

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One Response to Ricky, don’t lose our number

  1. Thanks for the link! And trust me, I won’t be losing your number 🙂 If there’s any topics you’d particularly like to see covered on ATMac please let me know!

    r

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