Top Tech Tidbits - Volume 341
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
A Flying Blind, LLC Publication
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1) GW Micro has so far created six of their concise video "How Do I Do That" tutorials covering different Window-Eyes tasks, fully usable by blind and sighted users.
2) Victor Reader Stream users can grab version 3.4.6 of the Stream software, and 3.5.6 of the Stream Companion program, using the Check for Update feature of the Companion. The upgrade provides navigational enhancements in DAISY and text books and improvements in handling Russian documents.
3) The Serotek site is busy these days. Read a review of the Aftershockz Bone Conduction Headphones:
SeroTalk Podcast 96: We're A Tween
Listen to the three sets of interviews conducted during the ATIA conference, and follow Mike Calvo as he blogs his way down to the CSUN conference.
4) Viewpoints podcast 1208 is a conversation with Serotek staff.
5) This edition of the tech doctor podcast covers such matters as jailbreaking iOS devices and Android tablets.
6) Register for a free webinar, Benefits of New Electronic Magnification Devices versus Conventional Magnifiers, to take place on Tuesday, 6 March at 17:00 GMT
7) Tech Access Weekly, Episode #127, is a 55-minute program on the latest tech news and buzz.
8. Maybe you want to read 10 Must-Learn Lessons For Twitter Newbies
9) A new version of the popular navigation app Ariadne GPS recently hit the iOS app store. Read about it and listen to a podcast.
10) Among new appleVis podcasts we have Getting Started With Hokusai, a Free and Fully Accessible Multitrack Audio Editor
Exploring Some of the Advanced Features of the Reminders App
Read, Create and Share QR Codes Quickly and Easily With Your iDevice
11) Version 8.1 of Keysoft is available, adding the ability to read PDF documents to the BrailleNote and VoiceNote mPower
12) Learn about the latest developments in Dolphin Guide, a product intended for use by seniors and others who find conventional windows unnecessarily challenging, on Tek Talk on GMT Tuesday, 28 February at 01:00.
13) The Mystic Place Community web site is a multi user interactive site with File libraries, forums, member profiles etc.
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