Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 89: Mamba Shift Music
This week, Jamie Pauls, Ricky Enger, and Joe Steimkamp discuss the top news stories of the week including the following:
Introducing the Apple Vis Hall of Fame
Has Apple pulled an app you’ve purchased from the App Store? Here is how to insure that you always have access to it:
Next we turn to a discussion on iOS Skype, Netflix and Joe’s fave King’s Corner updates.
CNETNews: Study says: You now spend more time with your mobile device than with newspapers and magazines.
FAA approves iPads in the cockpit; American Airlines to start Friday
Read2Go, 18.104.22.168, is now approved by Apple and is available in app store.
Microsoft releases OneNote as the first Office app for the iPad
Follow Up Stories
Carrier IQ Gets Transparent About Its Mobile Monitoring
FBI using Carrier IQ info for “law enforcement purposes,” refuses to release records
Richard Stallman: Facebook does massive surveillance
Facebook tops Google’s own offerings to become most popular Android app
Google’s response to Siri is codenamed Majel, could be released by end of year
PC makers losing interest in tablets, hope Ultrabooks will improve margins
From AFB Senior Site: Holiday Guide for Family Members of People with Vision Loss
5 geek gifts I would like to find under the tree this year
Back by popular demand: The Accessible 12 Days of Christmas featuring Matt Campbell and the Robot Guide Dog Orchestra
From Tony Schwartz
Responding to a listener who posted a question regarding the removal of the accessible Google page, I to liked the uncluttered look of the accessible Google search page. When it disappeared, I did some looking about and found the page again at this unlikely URL:
Not very practical to read on air, but perhaps you can post the address in the show notes.