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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 July 2001 Issue  Volume 2  Number 4
Talking Automated Teller Machine

Caption: Lori Scharff, who is blind, tries Citibank's new talking automated teller machine for people who are visually impaired.

In This Issue . . .

Editor's Page

Reviews of Two Low-Cost Specialized Web Browsers with Speech Output

Product Evaluations of IBM Home Page Reader and Connect Outloud from Freedom Scientific—Jay Leventhal, Koert Wehberg, and Joe Lazzaro

How to Get the Most Out of Assistive Technology Training

Lynn Zelvin

Money Talks: An Overview of Access to Automated Teller Machines

Deborah Kendrick

How Closed-Circuit Television Users Develop Computer Vision Syndrome

Alec F. Peck and Mark Uslan

Book Review of Word Wise 2000: An Intermediate Guide for Blind Users

Reviewed by Deborah Kendrick

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Editor in Chief Jay D. Leventhal
Senior Contributing Editor Paul Schroeder
Contributing Editors Crista L. Earl
Deborah Kendrick
Mark Uslan
Managing Editor Sharon Shively
Marketing Manager Sharon Baker-Harris

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