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  1. Old ideas go modern!

    by Desiree

    In the mid 20th century, the radio was the source of entertainment for so many households.  Families would sit by the radio and listen to music, the news and a variety of half-hour dramatic stories and would be entertained for hours.  Without images to look at, the listener would simply...

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  2. The blind leading the sighted

    by Desiree

    I just returned from a 2 week trip to see my father in Utah.  It was a fun Christmas with lots of snow and family.  My Dad got a new ipod nano as a Christmas present, something he had previously sworn he’d never need or use.  You see, my dad,...

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  3. Voice interfacing opens doors to the information network.

    by Desiree

    Ok, so I know you have called your bank or some other business and have dealt with voice interfacing on the phone.  So many companies use this to give you information, weather it be your bank account balance, movie times, and a ton of other things that you can access...

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  4. Learn from my trial!!

    by Desiree

    I haven’t blogged here for quite some time, over a month now!  A few weeks ago, my computer crashed completely!  Nothing related to microsoft would open or function at all.  I could not run repairs, uninstalls or updates.  I ended up having to reformat my whole system and reload every...

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  5. Voting made accessible.

    by Desiree

    "The core of our American democracy is the right to vote. Implicit in that right is the notion that that vote be private, that vote be secure, and that vote be counted as it was intended when it was cast by the voter. And I think what we're encountering is...

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