In This Issue
Letters to the Editor
A Range of Opinions: A Survey on the Accessibility of Today's Home Appliances
How accessible are current stoves, microwave ovens, dishwashers, washing machines and dryers? Our consumer survey has the answers--Darren Burton
We're Cooking Now: A Guide to the Accessibility of Major Appliances
We go appliance shopping, and offer recommendations on the most accessible products--Brad Hodges
We recap the 21st annual Technology and Persons with Disabilities conference, hosted by the California State University at Northridge Center on Disabilities, the biggest and best conference of the year--Deborah Kendrick and Jay Leventhal
"Is This for Here or to Go?" A Series on Portable, Laptop-Compatible Video Magnifiers
We evaluate two portable CCTVs that connect with laptops--Lee Huffman
The Liberty to Use a Computer: A Review of the FreedomBox
Find out why an easy alternative for accessing a computer is attracting power users too--Deborah Kendrick
Who's Using The FreedomBox?
They aren't your typical techies. Find out why they use the FreedomBox--Deborah Kendrick
How Shall I Read Thee? Accessing Commercial e-Books
More and more commercial e-books are available through a variety of sources. We tell you where to get the most for your money--Lynn Zelvin
Man versus Machine: A Review of Multifunctional Desktop Copiers
How accessible are mid-priced office copy machines?--Darren Burton and Lee Huffman
The 64-Cell Question: A Review of the Brailliant Braille Display
How easy is this small, sleek display to use?--Brian Walker
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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