SeroTalk Podcast 68: Bacon and Caffeine, together at Last!

Do you ever feel like your sleep patterns are different than the rest of the

world?  Do you sometimes feel the unwanted urge or need to fall asleep

during the day time when you need to be awake?  Do you also find that you

feel just too wide awake to fall or stay asleep during the night time?

If you are blind, this could be due to a real sleep problem related to the lack

of light needed to keep your body’s internal clock in sync.  If you or

someone you know might be affected, please call 1-888-389-7033 or

email to learn about an ongoing clinical research study

that is evaluating a new investigational treatment for this type of sleep

problem. When calling, you can also complete a short sleep survey.  You may

be eligible to participate in the clinical trial if you are between 18 and

75 years of age and are totally blind. Volunteers will be compensated for

their participation in the clinical study and will receive study related

medication, medical evaluations, and transportation at no cost.

Visit for more information!

In Podcast 68, Michael Lauf, Ricky Enger and Joe Steinkamp discussed:

Worrying trend in credit card data security

Microsoft helps stop malware, while Apple blows off malware victims

Facebook Caught Exposing Millions of Credentials

PR Pro’s Guide to Facebook

How To Stay Safe On Facebook and Other Social Networking Sites

Tell Congress to Kill COICA 2.0, Internet Censorship Bill

New bill upgrades unauthorized Internet streaming to a felony

Senate bill would require warrant for e-mail, cloud searches

99 percent of Android phones leak secret account credentials

Google Lobbies Nevada To Allow Self-Driving Cars

Google announces music streaming in beta, movie rentals for Android

access to google’s calendar application available, Well kind of?

Android Has a Voice for Your RSS Feeds

Ten Android features that the iPhone doesn’t have

Petition to google to make android more accessible. sign and retweet

Google I/O: Accessibility and Building things Everyone Can Use

Google I/O.: Accessibility in Android Talk

Google IO 2011 Accessible Interactive Web Apps using HTML5

Google I/O.: Captioning in HTML5

Google I/O.: Accessible Interactive Apps with HTML5

Google I/O: Learn how to build Chrome HTML5 Accessible Apps

Google Access on Twitter

Levelstar featured at Google I.O.

Google’s Chromium Operating system with built-InScreen Reader

Series 5 Chromebook. The future of Netbooks?

Google Chromebook coming June 15, with $20 and $28 student and business monthly subscriptions

Tiny USB stick PC costing only $25 with an HDMI port on one end and a USB port on the other

Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt MacBook Airs coming in June or July

Apple planning easier upgrades for iOS, Mac OS X

Microsoft buys Skype for 8.5 billion!

Call to replace talking Australian set-top boxes

New Text-To-Speech Plugin for Firefox in Linux

Sendero GPS 2011

Humanware Refreshes Portable CD Book Players with Victor Reader Stratus with Future 3G Support

Job Posting: Braille Program Specialist Position At NLS

Portable Handheld Electronic Video Magnifiers Comparison

3 accessible and free Internet radio programs



Radio? Sure!

Tech Chat 101: authors of Stem Stumper and Accessible Mind Sweeper plus Accessible Games for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

Ricky Enger Hosts Tech Chat 102: Looking Good Equals Feeling Good

Rep. Westrom becomes first blind person to lead a Minnesota state House debate in forum

Foodily recipe search engine: 17,000 bacon recipes, refine by diet or medical condition

Bad News for Owners of Tassimo coffee brewers and users of Starbucks t-disks

Expert tips for solving common sleep problems

Team develops an electric wheelchair that can “see” for its blind user

Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 68: Bacon and Caffeine Together at Last


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