In This Issue . . .
Letters to the Editor
From Optacon to Oblivion: The Telesensory Story
We report on the loss of a pioneering company in the assistive technology field--Deborah Kendrick
No Second Fiddle: A Review of the Maestro
The first accessible off-the-shelf PDA offers a lot in a small package, and it's less expensive than most assistive technology --Jay Leventhal, Jim Denham, and Heather McComas
The Mouse That Soared: A Guide for Customizing the Mouse for People with Low Vision
Having trouble tracking that darn rodent? Don't scream. Check out AccessWorld's answers--Amy Salmon
The 40th Cell: A Review of the Focus Braille Display
We test a small, smooth display with JAWS and Window-Eyes--Jim Denham and Heather McComas
Don't Touch That Dial: Interviews with People in Radio
Five broadcasters talk about why they took to the airwaves--Janet Ingber
KeySoft 6.1: A Noteworthy Upgrade for Your HumanWare PDA
Get new life and connectivity out of a seemingly old product--Deborah Kendrick
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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