Episode 206: Mastering Mastodon, how do you get started with ham radio, and a fix for the Eset issues plaguing screen reader users

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

Welcome Seattle,0:00.000

An introduction to Mastodon from a blindness perspective,1:08.394

Using Mastodon on various platforms,24:31.562

Concluding thoughts on Mastodon,53:29.185

Here are some additional resources to get you started with Mastodon.
Changeling’s Guide to mastodon for Screen Reader
Mastodon for
Writers/Readers, written from a blindness

Mastodon Help Guide. Fedi.Tips – An Unofficial Guide
to Mastodon and the Fediverse

A fix for screen readers and Eset,59:21.020

Jim Kutsch offers an introduction to Amateur radio from a blindness

To subscribe to the Blind Hams list, send a blank email to:

Using a Chromebook with Focus 40 Blue,1:51:06.179

Using the iPhone as a phone,1:53:43.865

JAWS and the Dvorak keyboard,1:55:47.428

Closing and contact info,1:59:32.356

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