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The Brussels connection
After a long and tiring day travelling across Europe Vance and I arrived in Brussels. The only problem was it wasn't the station we...
Amsterdam to hamburg by train
Balls, a wind chime app for your iOS device By @TheBigR
TheBigR introduces us to an IOS app available in the App Store called Balls. Demonstrates some of the features and musical Wind Chime...
Good old Gerry lol
I need to find my iPod but how can I do it with a screen reader on my computer? #BlindAbilitiesChannel
Audio description for @NetFlix & Companies that cheat MainStream media
a somewhat inept unboxing of my new Bloggie Touch camcorder with @FiDunn
My hobbies, interests, pass times and passions.
and the rest by BlindEducator
#BossJockApp Demo 101 using VoiceOver Accessibility
A short little simple process of using the BossJock App on the
. Using headphones with no mic and using the...
Thank you very much, this is brilliant!
Trying to like Amsterdam
After a new day had dawned I had another go at trying to like Amsterdam. Somehow however, every time I complimented the city it seemed to...
#BlindAbilities Facebook and audioboom categorization questions
A Febooary public apology to a woman "Morningsong"
Hello, I just read your audio boo, on here. Actually, I browsed through my followed boos on the mobile device. The app is much simpler to use than the website, in my oppinion. It's rather cluttered and I don't usually find the things I need on here on my old computer. I'm using my IPhone's browser and typing with a bluetooth keyboard. Usually, if I like someone's audio boos, or want to get to know them, I'll send an audio dm to them. That way I can send my audio, even though I can't send in a ccomment. I tried recording one on here, but for some reeason, the site isn't allowing me to do that. Sorry if my typing isn't the best. I usually type very well, but my screen reader on the computer isn't allowing me to view the full site. There are tons of images on the site, so it's a little tricky to move around. The mobile version of the site doesn't seem to have a place for the writing of comments, so the best way for now is an audio dm. I've sent you a couple in the past, but I wasn't sure if you had gotten them. I'll send you another dm, but I thought I would try to write this comment so you're aware of them. Take care and have a fabulous day!
Recorded after hearing that Melissa Roe [morningsong on audioboo] is "totally blind". After looking (unsuccessfully) for her Twitter handle.
Cleaning up some disk space on the iPhone #Passion4PNO #BlindAbilities
introducing Frank Hoffman from Discovering Hands
meets Frank Hoffman to learn more about how
people are helping to detect
Insight Radio: How Barclays are using Beacon technology to make branches more accessible
"Barclays are trialling a new system will help staff identify customers needs, via an app, as they enter the building and allow them to...
"It's great meeting other parents in the same boat".
Listen to Joanne explain why she brings her 7 year old daughter Chantelle, to our Parent and Toddler Group in Manchester.
Short Walk in Autumn Leaves with too much help from a stranger!
I walk through the same
and a man worries about me crossing a side road with no traffic at all!
Using Echoes to Get Around
How does a person who is blind “See” his environment? Many of us do it with our ears. I used to get annoyed when I heard the phrase blind...
My iPad has saved my life!
Micheal is visually impaired and an avid reader. He tells us how his iPad is a life line for him.
Thanks Ian, glad you enjoyed hearing from Micheal. What a wonderful analogy!
What a wonderful story of the power of technology to help people to maintain what the rest of us (and what he once had) take for granted. For Michael the iPad is what spectacles were for people in the 18th century.
iPhone native twitter app tip.
I wish I would've projected the lottery ticket numbers but… Loved it.
Great tip, loved the intro!
#5K winners Georgie and Charlotte share their thoughts on the #BlindfoldRun
Listen to Charlie and Georgie who came first in the
share how they found doing the
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