Caption: Cover photo of a woman using a braille notetaker.
In This Issue . . .
Driving Windows for the First Time
How to start programs, interact with them once they're running, and use some basic keyboard commands—Joseph J. Lazzaro
Choosing a Screen Magnifier
A review of Dolphin Computer Access's LunarPlus, compared with its competition: Freedom Scientific's MAGic 8.0 and Ai Squared's ZoomText Xtra 7.06—Kevin Dusling and Mark Uslan
Dial A for Access: Getting Cell Phones You Can Really Use
What you can do to get an accessible phone—and what the future holds—Jennifer Sutton and Janina Sajka
And Then There Were Two: A Review of Braille Notetakers
Comparisons of the two leading notetakers: Pulse Data International's BrailleNote and Freedom Scientific's Braille Lite Millennium—Jay Leventhal and Jim Denham
Focused and User Friendly: Doug Geoffray
An interview with Doug Geoffray, cofounder of the assistive technology company GW-Micro—Deborah Kendrick
Surfing by Ear: Usability Concerns of Computer Users Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
A survey of how blind and visually impaired people use the web and what they want—Elaine Gerber
|Editor in Chief
||Jay D. Leventhal
||Paul Schroeder, Senior Editor
Mark M. Uslan
AccessWorld, Copyright (c) 2003 American Foundation for the Blind. All rights reserved.