Episode 68: more Apple software feedback, mainstreaming versus schools for the blind, travel tips and more
Kia ora Mosen At Largers.
Thanks for checking out another episode, and for all the great listener contributions that make this show what it is. There are some thoughtful and thought-provoking contributions this week and you are welcome to get yours in for the next episode.
Here’s a summary of what you can hear when in this episode. If your podcast app supports chapters, you can easily skip forward and backward between these sections of the podcast.
The times are a-changing…again!,2:15.785
Special Apple Watch unboxing episode coming up,4:37.506
The case of the missing microphone,5:15.421
New range of Amazon Echo devices and more announced this week,9:16.848
Meet Me Accessibly to be withdrawn on 30 September,11:19.487
Thanks to all who supported the watchOS beta petition. Here’s what happens next,13:43.739
More feedback on Apple’s new software releases,14:53.837
The pros and cons of mainstreaming and schools for the blind,30:43.830
Is Bookshare available where I live and making the most of your Bluetooth speaker,1:12:37.732
A strange new accessibility problem on some websites,1:14:20.743
iPhone cases and travel tips,1:16:44.040
Word and pronunciation annoyances,1:36:49.571
A couple of Sonos questions,1:43:14.632
More tech memories,1:46:32.782
Is there a way to turn off the language translation in Microsoft Edge?,1:50:26.801
Steve’s Talking Clock is back!,1:52:18.469
Closing announcement and contact information,1:53:09.620
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