Episode 161: Review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 carbon, more on mainstream vs blindness tech, and a new book designed to give hope to newly blind people and their families

Kia ora Mosen At Largers. A reminder that this podcast is indexed by chapter. If
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skip between segments. On the show this week:

Introduction,0:00.000

Where did summer go?,0:26.970

Mini review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 9th generation from a blindness
perspective,1:57.322

Voting closes soon in our holiday countdown. Be sure to cast your
vote
,18:24.783

I want the Google driving car for Christmas,20:52.520

The pros and cons of blindness and mainstream tech,23:33.032

Aira announces rationing of free services during peak time,41:09.252

Accessibility issues with the Alexa iOS app,52:16.010

Thoughts from an LG TV owner,57:25.470

Adding a Windows 11 shortcut to the desktop,58:11.146

A bad experience with Freedom Scientific Tech Support,1:01:29.654

Cameron Algie talks about his new book, I Can
SeeClearly
,1:05:36.588

The lack of accessible tech support remote control solutions,1:53:27.115

Hiss from the headphone jack of a Samson Q2U,1:56:33.157

A collection of tech questions,1:58:05.130

Closing and contact info,2:02:00.891

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