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I’m interviewed by Stephen Jolley on this week’s Talking Vision

It was a pleasure to be asked by Stephen Jolley to have a chat with him for Talking Vision, a radio programme on blindness issues heard across Australia. In part one of the interview, Stephen asks about my childhood and career in broadcasting, government relations and assistive technology. Bonnie’s already heard it, and says it’s …

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Merry Christmas 2013 from Mosen Consulting

It’s pretty scary how the years seem to speed up as you get older, don’t you think? Another year is nearly over, and for me, 2013 has been quite the wild ride. New Zealand has a wonderful tradition of extended summer breaks at this time of year, giving many people the opportunity to recharge and …

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This Weekend on the Mosen Explosion

Note, this post has been copied from the Mosen Explosion blog. If you’d like to keep up with info about the show, please add http://MosenExplosion.com to your bookmarks and feel free to visit regularly. There’s nothing like a house warming! It’s a time to invite family and friends, some you may have seen regularly, others …

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The Mosen Explosion Returns this Weekend. Same Time, New Place

Since I started broadcasting with Shoutcast on its release date in 1998, most of my Internet broadcasting efforts have been quite structured. Early on in the history of Shoutcast, I came up with a project that never quite saw the light of day, the Hear Today Network. The idea was that a bunch of blind …

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Why I Want Android Accessibility to Succeed

Presently, I’m working on an exciting new project. To prepare for it, I bought a Google Nexus 7 tablet. This seems to be the way a number of blind people who want to experience Android have gone. The tablet is reasonably priced, it runs the latest version of Android, it’s the stock Android firmware, and …

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