In This Issue . . .
Letters to the Editor
Talk Me Through It: A Review of Two Cell Phone-Based Screen Readers
Our cell phone wizard compares the latest versions of two screen readers that provide access to many phone features--Darren Burton
Access in the Kitchen: An Update on Home Appliances
We offer our latest recommendations for accessible appliances--Brad Hodges
Magnification Is Going Places: A Review of the STRIX and Amigo Portable CCTVs
We test two more small CCTVs. Will they help you if you bring them along on your travels?--Lee Huffman
Celebrating the Naming of a Genius: An Interview with Jim Fruchterman
We share the insights and plans of a newly enriched old friend--Deborah Kendrick
Canon Extends Copy Machine Access with It's New Voice Operation Kit
The office copier just became more accessible with this new offering from Canon--Darren Burton and Lee Huffman
An Update on myReader, HumanWare's Transportable Auto Reader
We chronicle improvements to this first-of-a-kind device--Lee Huffman
Legends and Pioneers of Blindness Assistive Technology, Part 4
In the final part of his review of assistive technology history, Candela focuses on the computer itself--Anthony R. Candela
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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