In This Issue . . .
Letters to the Editor
To Vote or Not to Vote Is Not the Question
Find out why security versus accessibility should not be a contest in the 2004 presidential elections; and check whether you'll vote for president on an accessible machine in your state—Deborah Kendrick
Now They're Talking! A Review of Two Cell Phone-Based Screen Readers
After a string of missed calls, companies finally connect, with two cell phone-based screen readers that bring substantial accessibility to the Nokia 6620 and other phones—Darren Burton
Getting from Point A to Point B: A Review of Two GPS Systems
These two GPS systems can set you free to explore your own environment. Plot routes, stop counting streets, and forget the panic of feeling lost—Jim Denham, Jay Leventhal, and Heather McComas
Geocaching: A "Treasured" Experience with GPS
Find out who cashes in when teams set out to hunt for "treasure" using the newest navigation tools in this "way fun" accessible activity—Deborah Kendrick
The Device That Refreshes: How to Buy a Braille Display
If you're thinking about spending several thousand dollars on a refreshable braille display, you'll want to check out these tips, the result of 1½ years of research from Project Assist.—Susan Stageberg
An Easy-to-Use Talking Organizer: A Review of TADI
TADI (which stands for TAlking personal DIgital assistant) may be just the thing for people who don't use braille and who want their lives to be more organized—Janet Ingber
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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