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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 May 2009 Issue  Volume 10  Number 3

In This Issue . . .

Navigating by Phone: A Review of Wayfinder Access GPS and Mobile Geo, Part 1

We evaluate Wayfinder Access, one of two cell phone-based GPS programs--Daren Burton

CSUN 2009

This year, the focus was on new GPS systems, DAISY book/MP3 players and CCTVs--Deborah Kendrick and Jay Leventhal

Accessible Pedestrian Signals: San Francisco Sets an Example

Structured negotiations bring safer travel to blind pedestrians--Lainey Feingold and Jessie Lorenz

AccessWorld Survey Results on Social Networking

We report the results of the latest AccessWorld Extra survey--Compiled by Jay Leventhal

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Letters to the Editor

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