Top Tech Tidbits - Volume 204
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
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1) From Fred's Head, learn about a new audio game, Rail Facer.
2) Cast Roller is one of several services for finding podcasts online, and this one includes some social networking features.
3) This Fred's Head post concerns the QuickLook Basic Portable Video Magnifier
4) Buttercupreader is a Daisy book reader from New Zealand. It is web-based, and is currently in beta test.
5) This Fred's Head post is called Sacred Texts: Where to Get Them in Alternate Media
6) Finally, out prolific blog tells about an informative and entertaining site for finding out how much different services and activities cost.
7) Back on the spirituality theme, SeroTalk Tech Chat 11 is entitled Using Technology to Pursue Our Faith
8) In its latest promotion, Serotek is offering $200 off its System Access Mobile if your Software Maintenance Agreement from a major screen reader has expired.
9) SeroTalk Podcast 12 describes itself as the Latest News and All Things Radio Podcast
10) The NFB Access Technology blog now hosts several interviews conducted at the CSUN conference as well as accounts of some of their team's activities there.
11) Humanware's Classmate Reader will be the topic of discussion and demonstration for Tek Talk on GMT Tuesdeay 21 April at 00:00.
12) Jamal Mazrui has developd a command-line Twitter client called McTwitt,
13) Cooking with Ken and Cindy will be a regular online cooking program providing tips and recipes for bind cooks. The first episode will take place on GMT Sunday, 26 April at 23:00.
14) The edition of Bill Boules' Friday Morning podcast for this week will provide a minicourse on text mesaging and will also cover version 4 of the Talks and Zooms screen reader and magnifier for Symbian phones.
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