In This Issue . . .
Letters to the Editor
Diabetes and Visual Impairment: Are Insulin Pens Accessible?
Insulin pens are handy, discreet and less painful than syringes. Are they accessible?--Darren Burton and Mark Uslan
"Is This for Here or to Go?" A Series on Portable, Laptop-Compatible Video Magnifiers, Part 2
We evaluate another portable CCTV that connects with laptops--Lee Huffman
More Than One Way to Read: A Review of Kurzweil 1000 and OpenBook
We try out the latest versions of the two leading optical character recognition software packages--Brad Hodges
Figure It Out: A Review of Virtual Pencil Arithmetic and Virtual Pencil Algebra from Henter Math
We sum up two programs that will add to your ability to do math--Janet Ingber
Can You Get the Music? A Review of Music Download Sites
Have some relaxing music playing in the background as you read about these challenging sites--Janet Ingber
Accessing the Machine: Two Solutions for Using Large, Multifunctional Copy Machines
We test two accessibility solutions--Darren Burton and Lee Huffman
Play All Day with Playaway
It's a simple device that holds a single book. No one can read just one--Deborah Kendrick
Legends and Pioneers of Blindness Assistive Technology, Part 1
Learn about the people who blazed the trail in assistive technology-- Anthony R. Candela
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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