The Minnesota Radio Talking Book Network was the world's first radio reading service for people with blindness and visual impairment. It began January 2, 1969. The signal is also heard via the internet and across the country via satellite.
From tech reviews and commentary, to antic dotes about my goings on, I attempt to show respect for my listener’s time by being concise, and what passes for amusing in my view. I also co-host an internet radio show. Check it out at the link in my profile p
The word spoken. Est 2006 on Podbean and later moved to Audio Boo. Receive alerts on twitter @thebibleoutloud
You can follow the text using the Good News Translation on the link below. A warm welcome to visually impaired followers.
Love music, guitar, the blues, things that make you go, Huh? Woodworker, blogger, father, husband, but I love being unlabeled. I also run the AudioBoo Channel "Blind Abilities" listed under the Community section of the channels.
Hi, I'm legally blind. I enjoy almost anything audio. I listen to a lot of music and even play a little, bass and spoons that is. I enjoy working with sound gear. As a volunteer sound man, I get to do this a lot. I have a preference for the older gear.
Father, QA,and Podcaster. If you are blind or VI and use Apple's iOS then check out my site or subscribe to the podcast. You can search iTunes for iBlindTech or go to the site at iblindtech.com. Also please check out www.coolblindtech.com