Episode 143: Thoughts on what it means to be blind, calendar apps for iPhone and has Apple lost its moral authority on privacy?
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Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority rules on my ableist language complaint. What next?,1:42
Listener thoughts on blind pride, blind culture and recent interviews,13:45
Amanda’s auditory compensation skill’s survey,49:43
I don’t feel like I fit into the blind community,53:33
Is there something better than the built-in iOS Calendar app?,1:00:59
Where are we going with Lidar and AI?,1:07:53
Will Apple continue to ship a cable with the iPhone?,1:11:31
Do you have summer camp memories?,1:15:14
Can anything be done about the loud system sounds from AirPods Pro?,1:19:56
Amazon Alexa on Samsung TVs,1:21:52
Apple’s new child safety initiatives. Have they lost the plot on privacy?,1:23:55
How accessible is iTunes for Windows really?,1:38:39
Poor email behaviour and the quality of Apple Accessibility Support,1:41:08
An accessible vaccination booking process in NZ, and a new sport radio network,1:50:09
Closing and contact info,1:59:40