The Time Has Come… Your Questions Answered

Today’s video is jam packed with your MAC questions, gripes and concerns that were sent in over the past two weeks.

We also discuss how my being homeless in the past lead to me assisting you with your technology today!
So, without further ado:

Sneak peek for next Friday:

we’ll explore using the spreadsheet app on the Mac’s iWork suite of office centric apps and how to format a cell.

And remember,

You can access any of our past videos at any time by visiting the Fedora Outlier LLC YouTube channel.

Have a great weekend!

How Me Being Homeless All Those Years Ago Helps You with Your Technology

We hope you had a safe, relaxing and reflective Memorial Day. 

We here at Fedora enjoyed our three day weekend but are ready to jump back in and tackle your questions and concerns.  

So far, the response to our request for your biggest gripes and groans about your Mac have been extraordinary! 

Here are just a few we’ve had come in via our various social media platforms: 

• How to use tagging in mail and is it worth it? 

• Why Voice-Over continuously says “busy” and how to stop it for good (we’ll, maybe!)

• Voice-Over not starting up when the computer starts up

• I’m virtually homeless and between jobs and I need your best advice and help

• Audio routing frustrates me and I just don’t understand it

• Navigating Pages on the Mac is problematic for me… please HELP!

That’s just a sample of what we’ll be covering on this weeks super sized FAQ Friday.  

You’ll also get a glimpse of my (Vashaun’s) life story and how it has helped me to help you.

You’ll definitely want to tune into this one! 

As always, remember to:

Subscribe to our YouTube channel (link:  by June 26th for your chance to win $100! 


Drop us a line with any questions, rants or raves you may have by  leaving a comment below.  

See you Friday! 



You’ve overwhelmed us


Wow, your response to our last post has been amazing!

So much so that we decided to give you a whole additional week to keep those gripes coming!

We’ll now be posting that jam packed video on Friday, June 1st.

Your responses help both Fedora Outlier LLC and Apple provide better products and services for the blind and visually impaired community.

So please, comment below and rant to your hearts content – We want to hear it all!

And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel

to get alerts when our videos drop and to be entered for that $100 grand prize giveaway.

Have a great weekend!

MAC Pain? We can help!

Hello there,

I am back from Orlando and feeling better than ever and ready to tackle the next FAQ Friday!

If you recall, I asked you a few weeks ago to send in your biggest pain points when using your Mac and your responses have been flooding in!

But we want to hear more – comment below and your gripes and groans!

We’ll be discussing them and hopefully helping you find some solutions this Friday, May 25th.

And remember, you still have time to subscribe to our YouTube channel by June 26th in order to be entered into our $100 grand prize giveaway!

That’s all for today, now leave us a comment below and tell us what’s on your mind – we’re ready to listen!

It’s another beautiful Wednesday here at Fedora Outlier LLC headquarters and we are excited about so many things!

It’s another beautiful Wednesday here at Fedora Outlier LLC headquarters and we are excited about so many things!

Let’s just jump right in, shall we?


This week we’ll be wrapping up our “ALL ACCESS” series with a 3rd and final segment you are sure to love.

We’ll be discussing what we like to call the “menu maximizer”.

Essentially, we want to show you how to get the most out of your menu options.

Tune in Friday live on Facebook


after the show on YouTube

to learn how to master the menu!


Next weeks segment will be a very special one that we hope will inspire you to shoot for the stars!

We won’t give away what the topic is quite yet, but we think you’re going to love it!


Don’t forget, our sweepstakes for you to win ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS is still going!

All you have to do is go to our YouTube channel at and click “subscribe” by June 26th – it’s that easy!

Then you’ll be entered to win the grand prize drawing during the 4th week of June. We can’t think of a reason NOT to do it – Can you?

If you win, what fun and frivolous item or activity would you spend it on?

Leave a comment below and let us know!

We’re excited that we’ve already received a ton of your responses and we’ll be reading through them in the upcoming videos over the next month.


You can email us at your questions, concerns, gripes or topics you’d like to see discussed any time.

We love to hear from you!

That’s all for now, see you Friday!

“Let’s change the world together!”
Kristi Flynn
Fedora Outlier LLC

Hotspots, presentation notes & a $100 prize – Oh My

Can you believe it’s already May? 2018 is flying by, but the fun at Fedora Outlier is just getting started! We’ve got a lot to cover this week, so let’s jump right in.

First things first, we have a HUGE and exciting announcement to make! We are now on YouTube and we want you to join us there! As an incentive to get you on board, we want to give you ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS in cold, hard cash! Who among us couldn’t use that, right? Click the link below and SUBSCRIBE to our Fedora Outlier LLC YouTube channel in order to be eligible to win the drawing during the 4th week of June!

Make sure to also select the option to receive an alert every time we upload a new video! And remember to subscribe by June 25th in order to be eligible for that $100 prize.
This weeks FAQ Friday we’ll be discussing what exactly a “hotspot” is, and when and why to use it. We’ll also be walking you through how to create notes in a keynote presentation. Look out for our live video alert on YouTube Friday morning if you click that “subscribe” button and we’ll also send out an email reminder for those of you who need a little extra nudge!
If you haven’t checked it out yet, make sure you’re caught up on our “ALL ACCESS” series as Part 2 is dropping this Friday. Click the link below to view “Part 1: Voice Over Labels”.

That’s all for now! We know it’s a lot so we’ll keep you updated and reminded a long the way, don’t worry!
Let’s wrap things up on a fun note: Comment below to let us know what would you do with one hundred dollars if you win?!

Welcome to the last full week of April, Fedora Fam! Whose ready for some summer time fun? We sure are!

This weeks Facebook Friday live is going to focus on how you (yes, you!) can make ANY Mac app instantly accessible. I’m going to show you how to accomplish this by using a method I call “ALL ACCESS”.

We will be picking up from where we left off in last weeks video, so if you haven’t checked it out yet – now is the time to get on it before we go live on Friday!

So, while we’re all waiting for Friday – leave a comment below and tell us what you’re most excited about doing this summer! We look forward to reading your answers and maybe even sharing them with everyone live on FB Friday!

FAQ FB Friday – Event Details Inside

We are going to rock the house with this private livd private event…

We want you to join us. Yes you!

Here’s what you are going to learn…

• 4 easy best practices I use every day to master any app I download

• How to think about and evaluate a app prior to purchasing it

• How to work with Mac developers to add the features you want and to fix any accessibility concerns not only for you, but for any person who’s blind that would like to use the same app

Plus more…

The time is 11am Eastern, 10am Central and 8am Pacific, this Friday the 20th of April.

Don’t worry, we’ll send you another reminders when the event is about to start.

Simply click this link at 11am in your time zone and you’ll be patched right into the presentation.

As always if you have questions you can ask them by emailing or you can as them on the live stream this Friday.

We’ll see you on the inside…

FAQ FB Friday Teaches Mastery Of Any Mac Application In 4 Easy Steps

Have you ever downloaded a application that you thought was cool, but when you opened it you were totally confused with how to use it?

What about purchasing a application from the Mac app store and realizing that it was not accessible?

or the one I see the most…

you’ll hear the word “pro” at the end of the apps name and you figure surely you want to become a pro, right?

only to get the app installed and come to the conclusion that it was way more in-tensed than what you thought.

Most people download applications and never ever master them…

Next Friday, April 20th at 11AM ET we are going to hold a live event that will…

• Teach you how to master any application in 4 easy steps

• How to evaluate software prior to purchasing it

• How to work with the developers to get exactly what you want out of your new download

plus more…

Look out for a email from us by Wednesday evening with the LIVE details to join in, get your questions answered and master your Mac.

Until the next time….

FAQ FB Fridays Presents: Walk With Me

thanks for being the best part of Fedora and for just being a great person in general.

Today is super special for us in allot of ways. I’ll explain some of the reasons in the video…

But we need for you to….

Put on your headphones and listen to me very closely…

You hear that?

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, nope….


Our latest and greatest in the world of technology.

In fact all of the questions we receive on a weekly basis has lead up to this point.

Here’s an example from this weeks FAQ list for Friday, April 6th 2018

John writes….

Where do I think the future of accessible technology is headed?

Trevor in Africa asks…

What is the thing I see the most when that stops a person from mastering their technology?

A person who wants to remain unknown writes and asks…

How do I close out my case as a success when I can’t even get in contact with VR?

So you can see where this is going right?


Let me tell you, show you and even give you the inside scoop in the highest quality audio and video we believe we have ever done from a remote location. Plus a new product announcement.

See and hear us loud and clear by watching the video below… HEADPHONES IN, PLEASE!
Here is the video.