I don’t know about you but I remember having to wait and wait to receive my textbooks in braille assuming they weren’t already brailled. When I got to college I no longer received braille books unless someone transcribed (brailled) them for me or if I did it myself. There’s a… Continue reading
Every year (or every other year) Webaim puts out a survey for screen reader users to complete. This helps people in the field of web design create more accessible websites. That way we can all have a more accessible web. 🙂 Whether you’re a full-time screen reader user or you… Continue reading
This wasn’t the blog I intended to write today, but when I saw this I just had to share. If you’re familiar with be my eyes on IOS you’ll be happy to know that they released their Android version. If you’re not well… stop reading this post. :p “What is… Continue reading
I love twitter! I love it because you can get small doses of information in 140 characters or less. I love that you can have conversations with people about something either they or you tweeted. I love that you can quickly send off a private message to… well that all… Continue reading
So you’ve just found a youtube channel who’s videos you truly love, but you have a problem. How do you subscribe to that channel? With this blog I attempt to show you how to do this on both the Ios app and with the website. If you’re looking for how… Continue reading
Steph and I review Netflix just to see how easier it’s gotten.
TheTechCove#11 I’m uploading more for you guys, and also a few interviews for the blog.
Hi there! How are you? This isn’t mine, but I thought I’ would share it anyway. Since none of us actually own an Amazon Echo I thought it would be wise to share a podcast from someone who does. He not only has one Echo, but three. Though, he says… Continue reading
On December 1st I posted this little gym for those who don’t know what this is here is a basic summary. It is a tool to remove Macafee without sighted help from your windows computer. This only works with the anti-virus software though which is totally inaccessible to us blind… Continue reading
As of January 4th (Louis Braille’s birthday) the U. S. has adopted UEB (Unified English Braille). I don’t know UEB so this will be a new experience for me. However, I think that’s what education is all about. 🙂 All of Bookshare’s collection can now be read in UEB. This… Continue reading