In This Issue . . .
Letters to the Editor
The Next Generation: A Review of Personal Digital Assistants, Part 1
Packed with features and numerous options for connecting with other devices, these small products can play a large role in organizing your life--Jim Denham, Jay Leventhal, and Heather McComas
A Packed Day with My PAC Mate
Find out how a high school student who is blind keeps up with peers who seem to have been born clutching a cell phone--Kolby Garrison
Science Is Golden: Interviews with Four Scientists Who Are Visually Impaired
The stories of an oceanographer, an astronomer, a physicist, and a chemist show that when it comes to employment for people who are blind or visually impaired, the sky is the limit--Janet Ingber
More than a Perkins Brailler: A Review of the Mountbatten Brailler, Part 1
It's a brailler, it's a printer, and more. Read the first part of an in-depth examination of this multifaceted device--Frances Mary D'Andrea
Diabetes Management and Visual Impairment: Are People Aware of Accessible Home Blood Pressure Monitors?
Why aren't more diabetics with visual impairments using accessible devices to monitor their medical conditions? This article presents one answer--Taine Duncan and Darren Burton
On the Move with MuVo
This tiny, accessible MP3 player is a good option for taking your music and audio books on the road with you--Deborah Kendrick
The Assistive Technology Act of 2004
Thinking of buying a new CCTV or braille printer? Read about the leading source of financial assistance for assistive technology--Joy Relton
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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