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The Screenless Switchers Podcast episode 34

In this Episode we do a demo of the iPod Touch with VoiceOver.

The Screenless Switchers podcast episode 33

On this episode, we have a conversation with Steve Sawczyn about our brand new ipod touches. We also talk about Holly's new speakers.

The Screenless Switchers podcast episode 32

On this episode, we do a joint discussion with the maccessibility network discussing the apple media event on 9/9/09. We talk about the new ipod touch with voice over, the new ipods, and what's new in iphone 3.1

The Screenless Switchers Podcast episode 31

In This Episode we primarily discuss Snow Leopard, the new version of the Mac Operating System. We also discuss the maccessibility.net adobe petition

The Screenless Switchers Podcast Episode 30

On this episode, we discuss and disect the article on voice over found in the NFB June 2009 Braille Monitor. We are joined by Josh De Lioncourt, Steve Sawczen, and Cara Quinn.

The Screenless Switchers Podcast Episode 29

On this episode, we discuss all the new info we got at the wwdc keynote. We are joined by Josh De Lioncourt, Cara Quinn, and Steve Sawczen

The Screenless Switchers podcast episode 28

On this episode, we are joined by Josh De Lioncourt, Steve Sawczyn, and Cara Quinn to discuss the accessibility of apple's iwork 9.

The Screenless Switchers Podcast number 27

in this Episode, we discuss today's Mac World keynote. We then have our software picks. Holly Picked Checkbook from Splasm Software, and Darcy picked Pulsar from Rogue Amoeba. If you've purchased software from Rogue Amoeba before, you can get a complimentary licence for Pulsar here.

The Screenless Switchers Podcast number 26

In this episode, we are joined by Josh de Lioncourt of the Mac-cessibility site, Steve Sawczyn of the Assistive Technology Show, and Shane Jackson of the BlindWorld Blog and Podcast. Topics discussed include

The Screenless Switchers Podcast Special Edition 2

In this brief episode, we discuss the accessibility improvements that took place today with both Itunes and the Ipod Nano. You can read more at lioncourt.com, and Apples own Accessibility page.

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