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AFB  ®
Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 January 2002 Issue  Volume 3  Number 1
Cover Image

Caption: Cover photo of a woman using a braille notetaker.

In This Issue . . .

Editor's Page

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



Entire Issue

Editor in Chief Jay D. Leventhal
Contributing Editors Paul Schroeder, Senior Editor
Crista Earl
Deborah Kendrick
Mark M. Uslan
Executive Editor Sharon Shively

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