Episode 185: RNZ told to lift its disability game, ACB, NFB andCOVID19, and part 2 of the BlindShell 2 review

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

New Zealand’s public broadcaster told to lift its disability game,0:00.000

The different COVID policies of ACB and NFB say it all,20:32.030

Braille andEloquence,30:36.268

Looking ahead to MacOS 13 Venturer,37:21.198

Braille with a capital B,39:00.678

The history of Braille and comments on Eloquence,40:43.637

Grandparenting,47:15.713

Remembering Neil Rush,49:40.051

Finding the URLs of radio station streams,50:34.536

iOS passwords and Braille,51:35.691

the good old iPod Touch,52:28.787

Thoughts on the WeWalk smart cane, and I want an iTunes alternative,56:50.500

I just want to be a court reporter,1:00:26.610

Part 2 of Chris Gray’s look at the BlindShell 2,1:08:16.460

Karen Carpenter’s solo album,1:44:25.208

Getting help with Microsoft Office, and I’ve got stuttering speech,1:48:46.052

Apple maps mixing up east and west,1:52:45.001

Digital Braille isn’t as good as it should be,1:54:03.138

Closing and contact info,1:57:05.910

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