Episode 177: Blind people on juries, ACB’s advocacy priorities, an explosive new book about Apple, and part 1 of an extensive look at the Blindshell Classic 2

Episode Notes

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Here’s what features in this week’s show, and when.

Michael Feir has released the second edition of iOS Personal
Power
,0:00.000

Book recommendation: “After Steve” by Tripp Mickle,3:15.374

Clark Rachfal from the American Council of the Blind talks jury service and
other legislative initiatives,7:39.918

Listener accounts of jury service,44:44.372

Food delivery apps from a UK perspective,1:06:15.530

A story of exceptional customer service,1:11:16.830

More on speaking clocks,1:19:28.927

How accessible do people find EventBright?,1:22:44.351

Like I can’t, like, like or dislike on YouTube anymore,1:24:26.986

Freedom Scientific recruitment, and searching for past content in the Mosen at
Large archives,1:25:36.903

part 1 of Chris Gray’s look at the BlindshellClassic 2,1:28:42.755

Closing and contact info,1:54:48.271

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