It's a blog! Mainly of book reviews.
Opens with the "new" (2006) official assessment/diagnosis criteria for use in the USA and a critique of it. He's critical of most of the changes and the dropping of the term "Asperger's Syndrome." I agree on all points and note that Britain appears to to have ignored these changes for the most part.
Where-as in the USA the official term is "Autistic Spectrum Disorder", in the UK we have "Autistic Spectrum Condition." The UK version is marginally better in that I don't feel in the least "disordered", merely different. "Condition" however kinda has associations with illness - but I certainly don't consider it a disease. Unofficially everybody is still using "Asperger's Syndrome" because it's abundantly clear that it's less pejorative and people with the diagnosis prefer it: You can call me "Aspie."