Karen and I are taking a weekend trip about 100 miles South to Tucson to hang out with new and old friends and, generally, have a great time! Listen for a number of brief podcasts throughout the weekend containing interesting updates during our adventure.
Archive for August, 2005
Last month, a Google representative told the world that the company did not prioritize the need for accessibility of its visual verification systems due to a lack of feedback concerning the issue. Lets ALL complete the Blogger Survey so as to make the absolute need for equal access to Blogger crystal clear.
Listen to this slightly rambling gripe cast, if you dare… Actually, it isn’t all bad.
Thoughts on Blind Community Podcasting, My Frustrating PAC Mate Crash and Freedom Scientific Technical SupportWednesday, August 10th, 2005
Listen as I talk about my thoughts on podcasting in the blind community, share with you my frustrating PAC Mate crash experience this morning and discuss the apparent current state of affairs in Freedom Scientific’s technical support department.
A new Internet radio station, Shellworld Radio, has just launched this weekend. Operated by a blind business owner, this new station provides music and original content serving the blind community. We highly recommend you check out this new Internet listening opportunity.
It is apparent that the links to the new Shellworld Radio are not working consistently at the moment. We are quite confident that the issues will be resolved soon and the station will be on the air full time.
Listen to this new, better organized comparison between the Globalsat BT-338 and the Fortuna Slim 3 GPS receivers for use with the Destinator and StreetTalk combination.
Check out this live real time demonstration of the Destinator and StreetTalk GPS solution as I commute to work.
Everything that happens in the world is ultimately a result of the sum total of all the choices made by each person on the planet.
Check out this informal comparison between the Fortuna Slim 3 and Globalsat BT-338 GPS receivers for use with Destinator and StreetTalk. While the Globalsat is slightly more accurate, the Fortuna receiver features a real on/off switch, making it more accessible for totally blind users.