Top Tech Tidbits - Volume 268
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
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1) Learn about Skype version 4.2 and its accessibility on Tek Talk on GMT Tuesday, 3 August at 00:00.
2) US residents who are not yet Bookshare members might want to take advantage of their offer in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Starting August 1 and running for three months, people can get a free member ship entitling them to 20 books during that period. If they opt to become paying members, the $25 setup fee will be waived.
3) This Fred's Head post is entitled Online Hindi Audio books and E Books for free download
4) Bookshare - ClassMate Reader Download Training 101 will be a free webinar on Tuesday, 10 August at 16:00 GMT. Pre-registration is required.
5) The Limelighter is a $3,995 low-vision music reading device from Dancing Dots that enables people with low vision to read and mark up sheet music with varying magnification levels.
6) Disable Constant Refreshing While Typing Search Queries on Google's Webpage is a new article on the Gw Micro Knowledgebase.
7) A reader recommends Xmarks, Bookmark Sync and Search site
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