Episode 141: Staying in step with a cane, is blindness your dominant culture, weird iOS mispronunciations and more

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Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

New Apple and Amazon stuff,0:29
Hints on staying in step with a cane,5:21
The blind ghetto from a wider perspective,9:48
Mike Calvo says he’s not going to say blind ghetto anymore,21:13
Pneuma solutions answers listener questions,24:10
Looking for a USB adapter,31:17
Trouble accessing Audible.com,32:32
People think they have the right to invade a blind person’s space,36:35
Thoughts on effective advocacy,40:41
Burning music from Apple ontoCD,45:35
text-to-speech on iPhone doing bizarre mispronunciation,52:16
More radio automation memories,53:30
Shermeen Khan says she’s more blind than brown,57:45 Here is the article that inspired the interview.
The Bonnie Bulletin optophone and Optacon reflections,1:41:35
The number of taxi drivers claiming allergies seem to be on the rise,1:48:26
sticking to a ketogenic diet,1:53:03
Closing and contact info,2:02:15