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“Accessibility” is more than just a setting on your phone or something you do to help the disabled – it’s the reason we have talking devices, voice recognition and sidewalk ramps. We couldn’t have an inclusive, diverse society without accessibility specialists working behind the scenes to make sure products and services work for everyone. 13 Letters features some of the world’s leading accessibility minds, talking about what they do and how accessibility affects billions of people every day.
 
Sync Up will take you behind the scenes of OneDrive. Hosts Ankita Kirti and Jason Moore will shed light on how OneDrive connects you to all your files in Microsoft 365 so you can share and work together from anywhere. Hear from experts behind the design and development of OneDrive, as well as customers and Microsoft MVPs. Each episode will also give you news and announcements, tips and best practices for your OneDrive experience. Transcripts provided with each episode.
 
Igalia is an open source consultancy specialised in the development of innovative projects and solutions. Our engineers have expertise in a wide range of technological areas, including browsers and client-side web technologies, graphics pipeline, compilers and virtual machines. We have the most WPE, WebKit, Chromium/Blink and Firefox expertise found in the consulting business, including many reviewers and committers. Igalia designs, develops, customises and optimises GNU/Linux-based solution ...
 
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Article 19

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Article 19

Tamman-Article 19 Team

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Article 19 is a podcast rooted in the firm belief that access to information is a human right. Here we offer conversations and interviews for increasing awareness, empathy, and expertise around digital inclusivity. A little nerdy, and a little techy, we hope listeners end up more informed too. We will also address why the oxford comma is awesome, and always more accessible.
 
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Blind Tech Guys

Marco Curralejo, Kirt Manwaring

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Blind Tech Guys is here to bridge the gap for blind and visually impaired users of technology. We discuss all things related to tech; however, we mainly focus on Android, iOS and mobile devices from a blind and visually impaired perspective. If you have any questions or suggestions for future podcasts, please send an email to contact@blindtechguys.com.
 
After centuries of people with disabilities not having equal access to digital and built environments a new United in Accessibility (A11y) movement was formed. In 2014 professionals and individuals with disabilities started to rally to form the first International Association for Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), organization. The “United in Accessibility” podcast offers shared experience, solutions and barriers faced that impact diversity and inclusion in organizations in the lives of peo ...
 
Modern Workplace podcast is a conversation about digital transformation and the future of productivity. We're bringing you access to business and technology leaders who are creating the future – today. This is a monthly show partnered with the Microsoft 365 Blog. Transcripts provided with each episode. Listen, watch and learn more at ModernWorkplace.com.
 
The Uptake with Anna Chu is a new show on all things tech and community. Host Anna Chu will be traveling and introducing you to people all over the world as she follows the path of Microsoft Ignite The Tour. The show covers topics in the world of tech, as well as uncovers people’s journeys - and how-tos - of professional learning, development and community building. You will meet inspiring people in the community of tech and get inspired to be a part of a vast and expanding community in your ...
 
Eat Sleep Code is the Official Telerik Podcast (Telerik by Progress). On Eat Sleep Code you'll hear from industry pros and developers just like you. Topics include all things software development and upcoming tech. Progress believes in giving back to the developer community and we do this by writing, speaking and staying in touch with the software development community.
 
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In this episode of the ever-growing iPhone101 series from Blind Abilities focuses on exactly that, the Voice Memos app. This app has become significantly more sophisticated and robust in recent years, including with the advent of iOS 15. However, the interface and operation still remains very simple, quick and convenient. You can capture your thoug…
 
Have you ever spent time listening to music, only to run across a song where you just can’t recall its title, or the artist who wrote or performed it? Blind Abilities presents a demonstration of the music recognition feature in iOS which is a handy and really cool feature that allows you to quickly identify songs and artists that you hear around yo…
 
Full Transcript Article 19, Episode 10 Nimit Kaur is a disabilities advocate, recent graduate of Rutgers University, Camden and currently pursuing her J.D. and MSW at Rutgers. Nimit also is a part-time contractor for Tamman, assisting us with quality assurance testing and our Tamman Accessibility House Rules. In this episode we cover a range of top…
 
The iPhone101 Series is growing and now we are adding Quick Bytes to the ever growing series. In this Quick Byte we have 3 quick demos broking into Chapters: Searching in Settings. 00:43 Back Tap – Double and Triple Tap. 02:16 Key Clicks, Lock Sound, System Haptics. 05:12 Searching in Settings. Settings Search Text Field You can search for a topic …
 
Believe You Can, the virtual talent show and fundraiser sponsored by the Philadelphia Keystone chapter of the National Federation of the Blind is this Saturday, October 16 at 7pm. Simon who serves as the chapter’s secretary talks with hosts, Lisa Bryant, David Goldstein and Stacie Leap along with chapter president Harriet Go, who is also one of thi…
 
Adding to our iPhone101 series, this demonstration explores VoiceOver Recognition and the 3 major features and the settings you want to be familiar with when using the iPhone or iPad VoiceOver accessibility feature. The Rotor and the Quick Settings is demonstrated as well as having access to the VoiceOver Recognition settings can be very beneficial…
 
00:44 Browser choice on iOS 15:50 Why should we care? 24:51 What Apple’s doing? 33:06 Developers are dissapointed 38:56 Next steps and possible future Hosts Bruce Lawson Vadim Makeev Stuart Langridge Links Talking to the Competition and Markets Authority about Apple Browser choice on Apple’s iOS: privacy and security aspects Set Safari free! Briefi…
 
The Tech Abilities Studio was organized prepared and then, we went off the rails. Even the best of planning did not stop the spontaneity from over-riding the intent of an outline. Is this a bad thing? You be the judge. You can listen using the chapter feature if your player has it, or just take it all in one big binge. Serina, Raqi, Jesse and Jeff …
 
Blind Abilities is committed to meeting your needs as a listener and a dedicated iDevice user. as a part of our effort to do so, we are fine-tuning our focus on our iPhone 101 series towards addressing real life situations in which you might apply some of the features and techniques we present. We want to help you understand how we might use them i…
 
The iPhone101 Series is growing and now we are adding Quick Bytes to the ever growing series. In this Quick Byte we have 3 quick demos broking into Chapters: Battery Health. 00:44 Seeing AI with Siri Shortcut made easy. 03:55 Threading Apple Mail Messages. 06:06 Battery Health: Settings Battery Battery Health Seeing AI with Siri Shortcut made easy …
 
The Tech Ability Team is in full force and we begin to show how we differentiate when it comes to styles, use factors and preferences. From buying out-right or on the trade up program, to Direct Touch Typing and using the Apple Watch, we all stand by our own way and we do get it that what works for you, works for you. Raqi talks about her Ipad Mini…
 
Full Transcript - Article 19, Episode 8 - A 360° Approach to Accessibility In this podcast, we are very thrilled to present our guest, Janet Fiore, President and CEO of The Sierra Group, an award-winning, female-owned company that trains over 6500 corporate professionals annually. As a speaker and a consultative trainer, she offers and delivers acc…
 
Full Transcript - Article 19, Episode 7 - Developing a Semantic Component In this podcast, the Tamman team welcomes Mark Dane, a successful user experience engineer with Cesium. He is a professional designer and a developer since high school who even holds a patent! Mark discusses his latest project, a web component for semantically better organiza…
 
Feather Chelle has just released her 4th book and joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities Studio to talk about the activities, poems and lessons she brings to this wonderful book. Of which you can receive free by sending an email with the word Subscribe in the subject line. The Colors of Darkness is a great addition to any classroom, group and b…
 
Windows Package Manager enables you to find and install apps with the winget command line tool, as well as a means of distributing apps and tools for publishers. Demitrius Nelon joins the show to tell us more. This episode covers: [00:00] Demitrius Nelon introduces us to Windows Package Manager [00:21] What is Windows Package Manager? Is it the sam…
 
The Tech Abilities Crew took on some tough conversations and a lot of good information was laid out on the table. Will there be a Mac vs PC showdown this month? We actually went at it a bit and stay tuned when Raqi and Lisa return to the Blind Abilities Studio to balance out the battle royal. Jesse, Serina and Jeff brought a great perspective on th…
 
Adding to the iPhone101 Series, here is another iPhone101 demonstration, In which Pete completes his romp through the remaining screen effects embedded in the iOS Messages app. Listen as he updates us on two more effects, the Happy Birthday and Emoji Replacement features. be sure to join Pete as he adeptly navigates the step by step processes for u…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Cassidy Williams Jason Lengstorf Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic SHOW NOTES: Who's got a favorite database? Everyone Structured vs. Unstructured Data our first database experiences (lots of MySQL) learning about databases Jason thinks his brain gets bi…
 
Full Transcript Charlie Seligman joins Jesse Anderson from Illegally Sighted YouTube Channel and Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities Studio for a great conversation about how Charlie got started developing games and how accessibility became part of his passion. With a community behind him all the way, Charlie is living his dream as the popularity …
 
Blind Abilities adds to their iPhone101 Series with this brief and fast paced trip through the iOS Messages app. With this visit Pete Lane reviews how to send iMessages with special screen effects. with a minor change to your ”send” gesture, from a simple double tap to a double tap and hold. You can add animated visual and audio effects to a text m…
 
The Tech Abilities Team kicks off with a Back to School Sale from the Adaptation Store and then some Flick Type battle with the Apple Store. Braille Screen Input is the keyboard choice of many and Disney announces Adaptive Costumes for Halloween. While some of us are Beta testing iOS15, one of us went back to 14 and tells us how. Better foam tips f…
 
Blind Abilities adds another episode to their expanding library of iPhone101 Serieswith this 20 minute walk-through of the iOS Reminders app. Reminders is a native Apple app which comes on all iPhones, iPads and iPod devices. Reminders provides a convenient and effective means for scheduling and tracking tasks, creating Shopping and To Do lists, an…
 
Show Summary: Matthew Whitaker started playing piano at age 3 and has been studying and practicing music ever since. He plays all types of music and Jazz is the place where he likes to reside as he has the freedom to improvise. Matthew has just released his 3rd album, Connections, and talks about the recording process, the people he worked with and…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Cassidy Williams Jason Lengstorf Ekene Eze (Kenny) Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic Marisa Morby Show notes: Tuckman's stages of group development: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuckman's_stages_of_group_development form, storm, norm, perform Collaborat…
 
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