Episode 61: Tech questions and hints, more walks down tech memory lane, staying organised in the kitchen and more

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


Father’s Day,2:15

Special podcast devoted to audiobooks coming out mid-week,2:45

Anyone using the Orbit Writer?,3:54

Horrible CAPTCHA,5:56

CD ripper recommendations,11:12

DVD ripping recommendations and video editing,14:21

Most accessible email newsletter software,15:16

WordPress accessibility,17:22

Google listens, a positive accessibility experience,20:09

Braille magazine memories,25:20

Amazon accessibility issue that was fixed is now broken again, and no one seem
to be listening”,25:58

How does a blind person handle artwork when establishing a podcast?,30:57

A lost technology story dramatised for podcast by Jonathan Mosen,35:00

JAWS BrailleIn,36:54

Are QR codes excluding us from accessing some services?,39:24

Accessible Samsung TV,45:18

Is there anything you can do to get an app from your old iPhone to your new one
when the app is no longer in the Store?,46:49

BackPackStudio has a big update in the Store,52:10

Low-tech ideas for functioning in the kitchen and the need for Braille labels on
commercial items,53:18

Good Maps Explorer is in the US AppStore,1:01:44

Bleeping Facebook,1:04:39

Thoughts on various topics raised on previous shows,1:06:57

Which iPhone should I get?,1:16:04

Another walk down technology memory lane,1:18:00

Good zoom practices and Zoom adds a high fidelity option,1:28:49

How do you get Cortana to talk to Gmail?,1:31:12

Can I be a fluent Braille reader if I start in my 50s?,1:34:27

The Envision smart glasses show a lot of promise,1:37:48