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  1. I'm not at my computer, help!!

    by Desiree

    Many times, I am presented with the following scenario; I am at someone’s house, a Public Library, or even an Internet Cafe.  There are computers available, but none have a screen reader installed.  I need to look up something on Google, or visit some other website, but cannot do this...

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  2. A menu that speaks to you?

    by Desiree

    An interactive menu that can talk? Yes, it is true, and I saw one in action! I love to eat out, don’t we all? We pay good money to have choices in what we want to eat at any particular restaurant. It is also a social thing, going out with...

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  3. Reading, making it a more pleasant past time.

    by Desiree

    All right, so I love love love to read!! I like fiction and fantacy, mystery and suspense, some romance, and even a few uplifting types. Many times, you can find audio books and I love them, most of the time. I have some favorite narrators that really make the stories...

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  4. Accessible Flash, can it be?

    by Desiree

    Yes, it's true, there is a such thing as accessible flash! Of course, it must be coded correctly, buttons labeled and all of that. I'm not a programmer, so I don't know the logistics of what needs to be done, but I can give you a user's perspective. First I...

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  5. Changes to E-bay cause Accessibility Barriers

    by Desiree

    I myself do a whole lot of shopping on line and find different levels of accessibility.  Some sites work very well, all forms are correctly tagged and functional.  Others work, but with some effort to get around some accessibility barriers.  I use amazon, e-toys, and up until recently was a...

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