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About Our Presenters
Jeff Bishop describes himself as a “Developer, technologist, Window-Eyes scripter, Broadcaster and family oriented guy” and is probably best known for his broadcasts on various community radio stations.
Dr. Robert Carter is a psychologist at Texas A&M University. Before coming to Texas in 1989, he completed his Ph.D. at the University of Florida.
As a graduate assistant, Dr. Carter ran an accessible computer lab where he taught blind people to use the Apple II. In his doctoral dissertation, he studied the decision-making process that rehabilitation counselors go through when they select access technology for their clients.
Since 1975, Dr. Carter has been involved in the testing and development of dozens of access technology products. He frequently speaks publicly about access technology.
At present, Dr. Carter is the host of “The Tech Doctor” podcast where he helps his listeners make sense of the ever-changing and complex landscape of accessible technology. You can keep up with him by following him on Twitter.
Rodney Edgar is a low vision IT Professional in the banking industry. In 2009 he co-founded the Tech Access Weekly podcast which discusses a variety of accessible technologies. He is also the host of High Contrast on SPN, technical director of Tech Access DemoCast, and shameless promoter of the Book Hoarders Anonymous podcast.
12 Buzzwords You’ll Hear in 2013
Ticketmaster dumps ‘hated’ Captcha verification system
Amazon’s latest acquisition could bring dictation back to Kindle devices
New Facebook Graph Search gives users power to slice and dice info from friends
How The New Facebook Search Is Different & Unique From Google Search
Microsoft Messenger Service not going anywhere just yet
Microsoft Office 2013: What to expect on the pricing front
Microsoft Office 2013 review: Designed for tablets, but great for everyone
Google looks to ditch passwords for good with NFC-based replacement
Report: Samsung Galaxy S4 will debut in April
BlackBerry Z10 review: a new life, or life support?
Apple iPad jumps to 128GB, starting at $799
Apple releases iOS 6.1 with more LTE carrier support, Siri/Fandango movie ticket purchasing, iTunes Match song downloading
? AppleTV 5.2 Update Brings Accessibility Changes
Volunteers describe Rose Parade to blind spectators.
New BookShare Tools Announced at ATIA 2013
Announcing the release of BookSense 3.0.
HumanWare – The all new Victor Reader Stream
AFB’s AccessNote for iOS has been released.
BrailleTouch has been released
Detailed image descriptions now available
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