What do leaders of countries, actors and actresses, religious leaders and sports players all have in common? They all have produce great pieces of advice in a message. I do not know about you but there are times that a little piece of advice keeps me going during a long day. Read on and you just might get a little bit of inspiration yourself.
Month: October 2013
Welcome to the Wednesday Roundup for October 30, 2013 brought to you by Fedora Outlier, LLC. Today’s headlines include stories about technology, scientific research and discoveries, and human interest items about individuals who have triumphed over blindness. Okay, secure that beverage of choice, get in that perfect spot, and prepare for some very exciting content. Ready? Let’s get started and explore the worldwide web.
Dr. Leo Bissonnette was born in 1952 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. After attending the Montreal Association School for the Blind between 1958-1966, he was integrated…
Are you someone who has enjoyed using the dictation feature on the Mac when it was introduced in mountain line? If so, then I have got great news for you. It has been vastly improved in the newest version of the Mac OS10.9 Mavericks operating system that was recently released by Apple. In Mavericks there is an option to use enhanced dictation, And this is what I am going to discuss in this blog post today.
Hello and welcome to the Wednesday Roundup for October 23, 2013. This week we are bringing you stories about technology, science research and discoveries, and Individuals who have triumphed over blindness. Grab that favorite beverage, settle in that comfy spot, and let’s go explore the wonderful worldwide web.
Want to get all your American Football fix in one place? Want to listen to a great match up that is not being broadcast in your area? Would you like to impress your friends with the latest happenings going on in the NFL? I know I would love to do all this so I went searching on the app store and I have found a great solution.
Listen up all you weather geek’s! You are planning that important outdoor event and you want to know a few days ahead of time if you are going to have that perfect weather day? A few of your friends have some health issues and you want to know what the quality of the air will be for that special event? Well, read on to find out about an app that can give you all this information and much more.
For those of you who are in possession of a brand-spanking-new, iPhone 5S, there is an awesome new feature called fingerprint, or Touch I.D. If you have set a passcode, no longer do you have to type it in when unlocking your phone. Just let your finger do the touching.
In this weeks Low-vision blog post Chris will walk you through how to set up Zoom on your iOS device. So for all of our low-vision readers of the Delivering Access blog stay tuned for more interesting and compelling posts every Monday morning about how you can get more out of using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch