SeroSpectives: This Month in Tech for November, 2013

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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.

Jeanine Kay Lineback is a speaker, advocate for blind people, usability and accessibility tester, and entrepreneur. She specializes in the fields of assistive technology and employment training.
In August of this year Jeanine was hired by Knowbility Inc, a company specializing in web accessibility training and testing, as their Access Technology Specialist. Recently she took over the role of The Director of Digital Rights Management for the company. You can read more about Jeanine’s passion for equal access to technology and her involvement with Knowbility.
In addition, Jeanine is the CEO of Lineback Enterprises LLC providing high quality technology and employment training services to blind youth and adults.
Follow her on Twitter or contact her by email

Joshua Loya is a martial artist, hypnotist, and NLP Master Practitioner living near San Diego, California. He currently teaches classes at Guardian Quest Martial Arts. He holds 3 2nd Degree Black Belts from Master Scot Conway, the supervising master instructor of the school. Joshua is a regular contributor to The Blind Post Online Classified News, and also volunteers his time with the Cisco Academy for the Vision Impaired. He is available for public speaking, as well as private and group coaching, martial arts instruction, and NLP and hypnosis sessions via Skype, phone, or in person. You can learn more about him by visiting his website or following him on Twitter.

In the Community

Holiday Gift Ideas for Children and Adults with Vision Loss

TapTapSee Goes Subscription-based: Option 1) 100 Picture Pack for $7.99. Option 2) 1 Month of Unlimited Pictures for $9.99.

The new release of the Voice Dream app is out! Now supporting DAISY 2.02 audiobooks, zipped mp3 files, better PDF text extraction and large library

Experience Descriptive Audio at the Theater with a New iOS App MovieReading

Ringing in the Holidays with a Special Promotion!

RIP Winamp: iconic media player to be discontinued December 20th, 2013

Mobile Technology

Android 4.4 KitKat review: designed by Google, for Google

Kindle Fire OS 3.1 Integrates Goodreads, Introduces Chromecast-like Second Screen

FCC to consider proposal allowing airline passengers to make cell phone calls above 10,000 feet on some planes.

Is Voice the Key to Wearable Technology?

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