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Archive for category: Accessibility

   (2011.07.18)

Oliver Schmitz: “I have a hearing impediment, so spoken language is not the primary experience for me”

   (2011.07.10)

“It must be nice to always believe you’re right, to always think you’re the smartest person in the room.” “No. It’s awful”

   (2011.07.06)

The John St. revitalization will be lethally dangerous to blind people if it includes sidewalks without curbs. And we’re not gonna let that happen

   (2011.06.16)

Newsflash, Lorraine Sommerfeld: A teen who can fix cars does not need sighted help to read a newspaper

   (2011.06.09)

Under iOS 5, not only can you set a ringtone for each of your contacts, you can set a flashtone (not quite) and a vibetone

   (2011.06.07)

Somebody get Lee Jordan to drop me a line

   (2011.03.15)

It’s Arial! Arial! Everywhere! in Steve Galluccio’s homage to disco Montreal, Funkytown

   (2010.12.14)

Why isn’t Windows Phone 7 accessible to blind people? Ask Microsoft. Somebody did, and here was the answer: “We were incompetent on this”

   (2010.12.10)

Roger Ebert and Pat Bowes can actually still use the phone, via hearing carryover (HCO) at the relay service. Won’t somebody tell them?

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