Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday, February 13, 2014 - Volume 444
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
A Flying Blind, LLC Publication
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1) The February, 2014 issue of AccessWorld contains information on Setting up iCloud Keychain on Mac Computers and iOS Devices, an evaluation of accessibility of the Surface Pro 2 using Narrator, a review of the BARD Mobile app for iOS, and a review of Jonathan Mosen's book on Twitter:
2) Learn about Getting into Talking Communities with the iPhone on Tek Talk on GMT Tuesday, 18 February at 01:00:
3) If you might be interested in an electronic penpal magazine, write to:
4) You can get the latest tech book from National Braille Press, "Get the Picture! Viewing the World with the iPhone Camera" for $15 in electronic and paper Braille, Word, DAISY and CD formats:
5) Dolphin offers upcoming webinars on Guide, SuperNova and SaySo:
6) Marco from Netscape was an enthusiastic Mac user, but he is switching back to Windows. Here is his account:
7) "Why Don't Screen Readers Always Read What's on the Screen? Part 1: Punctuation and Typographic Symbols":
8) PC World UK gives us "How to create hotkeys for Windows sleep and shutdown":
9) This ATIA presentation is called "QuickBooks Desktop Accessibility - How we did it.":
10) And here we are with more audio content than we had last week:
From BGZ come:
Phases of the Moon accessible Android App:
Phases of the Moon accessible iOS App:
Speaking Clock, Tell Me The Time (Android)
And Demonstration of the Tassimo Machine:
From various sources:
Serotek Podcast 187:
SeroSpective for January, 2014:
AccessTalk Podcast 23: Heston Blumenthal, Victor Stream, Kindle Fire HDX & the Samsung Galaxy S5:
Demo of using online internet radio with the Victor Reader Stream from Humanware firmware 4.3 update:
Fedora Outlier with VaShaun Jones:
From BlindPodcaster: The Cast, Episode 2:
From AppleVis: Umano for iOS: Daily Headline News and Thousands of Articles Narrated by Real People:
Turn the Music on Your iOS Device into Your Own Personalized Radio Station with Streaming Killed The Radio Star:
And from Eyes on Success: Raspberry VI:
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