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  1. Welcome the Webinar

    by Desiree

    Telecommuting is becoming more and more popular in our busy society.  People cannot possibly go to every meeting in person anymore, there is too much to do and not enough time in the day.  For quite some time, conference calling was the way to go.  You can call in from...

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  2. Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and Accessibility

    by Desiree

    I want to start off by saying that I am very behind in my blogging efforts!  Summer had me running around trying to do 10 things at once and not doing any of them the way they should be done.  I thrive on routine, yet summer vacation tends to have...

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  3. Help us improve Accessibility!

    by Desiree

    For the last couple of months, I have been collaborating with Jason Hester, a new intern on our Knowbility staff.  We have come up with a survey that we hope will give us some user’s experiences and perspectives with regard to accessibility.  As our efforts to attain universal accessibility expand,...

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  4. Putting your finger on the new iPhone

    by Desiree

    Recently, Apple came out with their newest version of the iPhone, called the iPhone 3GS. I am sure there are many interesting new features of this product, but the one that is most fascinating to me is their built-in accessibility. How do you make a phone with a touch screen...

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  5. Books won't talk on Kindle

    by Desiree

    Last month, the well-known and reputable publisher Randomhouse made the decision to turn off the text-to-speech feature in its books. This action mainly affects those using Amazon’s Kindle 2 for reading or listening to books. However, though I do not use a Kindle, this action by Randomhouse is very disturbing...

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