Friday Favorites

I’ve been trying to get back into a bit of a more normal blogging routine this week, and I’m excited to be back with my Friday Favorites! Some of these are a week or two old, but I still wanted to be able to share them with you.

Teen Vogue’s Cover Story
I’ve followed Jillian on social media for a while now, and I was so excited to see her announcement that she was on the cover of Teen Vogue! The article is a fascinating look into the fashion industry for models with disabilities. It’s fantastic to see an issue like this getting much-needed coverage.

Plastics in the Museum
I thought this was really interesting – I’ve never thought about the preservation that goes into pieces in a museum, and how that process has to change as the materials that are being preserved change, too. It’s a good read and makes me think a lot about what’s permanent and what isn’t!

Accessibility and YouTube
If you’ve ever watched a YouTube video with the automatically generated captions turned on, you’ll know that they can be… not great. This spotlight on a YouTube employee with hearing loss who is working to improve YouTube’s captioning is a perfect example of someone using their skills and experiences to fix a problem they’ve encountered, that will improve things for everyone.

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