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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 November 2010 Issue  Volume 11  Number 7

In This Issue

Editor's Page

Editor's Page

Lee Huffman

Accessible Gifts

Gift Ideas 2010: Great Gift Ideas for People with Vision Loss

Bradley Hodges

Accessible Toys for the Young and Young at Heart with Vision Loss

J.J. Meddaugh

Product Reviews

An Accessibility Review of the Verizon Haven Cell Phone

Tara Annis and Morgan Blubaugh

Kindle 3: An Accessibility Evaluation...Is the Third Time the Charm?

Darren Burton

Website Reviews

An Accessibility Check of Popular Online Shopping Sites

Janet Ingber

Website Evaluation: Directions for Me, a Gift to People Who Can't Read the Box

Deborah Kendrick

Cleaning Up Online: A Review of Soap.com

Bradley Hodges

Greeting Card Sites, Are They Accessible to People with Vision Loss?

Marc Grossman

AccessWorld News

AccessWorld News

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