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  1. Will UT close accessibility doors?

    by Desiree

    Last week, the University of Texas at Austin announced that they intended to close the Accessibility Institute, founded by Dr. John Slattin!  This came as a big surprise to people both in the local community and many world-wide as well.  The University of Texas has always been a leader in...

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  2. Education and persistance change history!

    by Desiree

    As I have previously stated here, I love to shop on line.  One of my favorites used to be eBay, but as I talked about some time ago, they have made some changes to their site that has made shopping there more difficult and tiresome for me using jaws.  But...

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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