On The Internet
Locate My Publications
Note that I am not from Pakistan as claimed by
XForms --- XML Powered Web Forms
Here are pointers to some recent articles describing my
- Enabling Equal Access To All UsersSDF-2012: May 22, 2012, Seoul, South Korea.
- Keynote: UIC Digital Access Forum, April 2012.
HTML, PDF, Audio
2010: Toward Accessible Search Systems Keynote at Workshop
on Accessible Search, Geneva, July 23, 2010
- CloudComputing --- Access --
--Opportunity Or Challenge
Keynote: Accessing Higher Ground, November 2009.
- CACM February 2009: Beyond
Web-2.0 --- Toward 2^W!
Times, January 4, 2009 Profiles work at Google as well as prior work on accessibility.
Company on Google. Full text of the
- The Web
The Way You Want
This will form the basis of
talk at UW. This also formed an early draft of the chapter
on Specialized Browsers
this book from Springer
Of Mathematics — An Essay On Eyes-free Computing.
Structured Math On The Web
— First 10 Years Of MathML
Opening keynote at the
IMA Workshop on the Evolution Of Math
- Web Applications — Access
Challenge Or Opportunity?
Opening keynote at Capacity Building Institute Seattle, UW.
- Global Learn Day 2006. Archived
Access To Information Raises All Boats.
SJ Mercury profile
Engineer's focus: accessible technology for all,
published by the San Jose Mercury News, July 2, 2003. printer friendly version
note that the geometric models you see in the print article are
Zome models built using Zome Systems polyhedral building
kit --- this is also refered to in the article as the
See scanned images for the pictures
from the article.
Journal, February 2003. Collecting Business Critical
Information Using XForms
Multimodal Interaction Design Principles For Multimodal
Interaction, MMI Workshop, CHI 2003
Journal, April 2003 X+V 1.1 ---Versatile Multimodal
EuroSpeech 2003 Tutorial on Conversational And Multimodal
Mathematics: Volumes of regular polyhedra Computing
volumes of regular polyhedra using Zome models.
Fancy Colored Paper Universe
PDF version An
article outlining the importance of interchangeable
the Semantic WWW
Little India, December 2002
TechWeek On Auditory User Interfaces And Equal
Access (May 17, 1999).
- T. V. Raman User
Interface --A Means To An End Dr. Dobb's Journal, Online
Op-Ed, August 18, 1997.
A Speech-enabling Interface Dr. Dobb's Journal, September
T. V. Raman: Net Surfing Without A Monitor Scientific American
(Internet Special) March 1997,
(Used to be at
Wayte Gibbs: Envisioning Speech
Scientific American Profile,
( Used to be at
and appears to be browssable for now at
Brian Hayes: Speaking Of Mathematics American Scientist,
Aster Labrador: February 15, 1987 -- December 5, 1999
I obtained my first guide-dog, Aster Labrador, a strong
and energetic female black Labrador from Guiding Eyes in
January 1990 --you will see her prominently featured in all
of my work during the 1990's. Here is Aster Labrador's WWW
site. Aster worked for 10 full years and was with me
through the 1990's.
Hubbell (Bubbles)Labrador:December 21, 1997 -- April 11,
Aster II --a bubbling young yellow Labrador named Hubbell
(Bubbles) graduated from Guiding Eyes in February 2000; here is
Bubbles' WWW site. While at
Guiding Eyes in February 2000, I wrote a short guide-dog work FAQ; I
also wrote up a daily log of what
we did in class each day. Bubbles worked for 11 years and 2
months, and went to sleep peacefully on April 11, 2011 at 13:42
PDT. You can read Bubbles life story in her own
words on this blog.
Guide-dog 3 Tilden Labrador, a strong male yellow Labrador
with a large and level head. You can read about his arrival in
the The Tilden
Diary, and follow his life