Episode 159: The unacceptable price blind audiophiles pay for audio description, 20 years since George Harrison died, and our Chromebook series concludes

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


The Beatles Get Back documentary is incredible, but it highlights a big audio
description problem for blind people,2:15

Remembering George Harrison on the 20th anniversary of his death. To find out
when the tribute is on where you live, check the Mushroom FM

More comments on visual description of presenters at conferences and

Comments on Dell and Realtek compatibility issues, and my new ThinkPad is on its
way. If you live in New Zealand and want to buy the Dell XPS15 9500, check out
the TradeMe

A research study on the accessibility and enjoyability of video

A working from home opportunity, becoming a third-party seller,41:33

Standardising the spelling of DeafBlind,49:21

How Mosen At Large is produced using Reaper,51:51

Concluding our Chromebook series with a look at running Android apps and
managing files,1:00:20

How do you add shortcuts to the desktop in Windows 11?,1:24:42

Some handy hints for working with GPS apps on your smartphone,1:26:18

Hearing aids and watchingTV,1:30:01

Comments on a variety of recent talking points,1:32:43

Does anyone have experience with the accessibility of LG TVs?,1:37:48

The Bonnie Bulletin,1:39:54

Closing and contact info,1:56:43