SeroSpectives This Month in AT For October 2011

This Month In AT October Edition


Join This Month in AT for October 2011 via Accessible Event

This month, Lisa Salinger is joined by Wade Wingler of Easter Seals Crossroads and the Indata Project, Jamie Pauls of the SeroTalk podcast, and Jeff Bishop of the Triple-click Home podcast which will air on the SeroTalk Podcast Network this month. Here are the top stories from October 2011 that our guests will be discussing.


Out and About


7 Tech Breakthroughs That Empower People With Disabilities:

The Top Dumbest Reasons For Not Teaching Braille:

Accessible Taxis Would Lead To Injuries, Lawsuits, Mayor Says



Social Security recipients in US will get raise in January, 1st increase in benefits since 2009 – @AP

Cloudy With A Chance of Profits: By Mike Calvo



Kindle Fire: Down in Flames! a discussion of Kindle accessibility

The #ACB denounces the inaccessible Kindle Fire


Assistive Technology

JAWS 13 has been officially released!

An Immersion into JAWS for Windows 12 Textbook is now available 

Download Cathy Anne Murtha’s Windows 7 textbooks free of charge:”

NVDA 2011.3beta1 released!

Five podcasts about setting up and using the NVDA screen reader


Mobile Phones That Are Not Apple

Nokia Screen Reader is based on @codefactory technology. Screenshots

RT @codefactory: Ice cream sandwich for Android is out! We are already working on its support with MA. Very exciting!

To learn more about Ice Cream Sandwich, That Android Show Episode 2 Released


BrailleType helps visually impaired to type in Braille on Android phones:


Steve Jobs’ “How To Live Before You Die” talk at Stanford in 2005 from TED

A Review of the Steve Jobbs Biography

iPhone User Guide for iOS 5 from the iBooks Store:

New VoiceOver Features in iOS 5 | AxS Lab

Siri, Seriously: 10 Ways We’re Really Using Apple’s Voice Assistant [POLL]

AppleTV Software 4.4 Includes VoiceOver Enhancements

Apple releases Lion 10.7.2 with iCloud Support


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