Episode 169: persistence pays off when it comes to advocacy, Apples Peak Performance event, and David Kingsburys free Windows Screen Reader Primer

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On the show this week:

Advocacy on the harm caused by ableist language,0:00.000

A recap of Apple’s Peak Performance event,13:32.770

The ongoing saga of Uber iOS bugs,31:18.938

iOS screen recognition can be a hindrance when not needed,49:59.839

David Kingsbury discusses his new Windows Screen Reader
Primer
book,1:00:51.474

Using the APH Mantis with JAWS,1:39:10.419

The Bonnie Bulletin where we are feeling drained,1:42:52.367

In the thick of an omicron outbreak,1:50:20.429

Shortwave radio memories,1:53:49.527

Closing and contact info,2:00:20.390

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