March 2005 Issue  Volume 6  Number 2

In This Issue . . .

Editor's Page

Letters to the Editor

Do the iPods Have It? A Review of Apple's iPod

They are everywhere, but are they accessible? We examine Apple's ubiquitous audio player--Jay Leventhal

A Site for Sore Ears: A Review and Tour of Audible.Com

You can download all things audio and listen to them anywhere--Deborah Kendrick

Thin and Sleek: A Review of Two Flat-Panel Desktop CCTVs

Many users prefer the look and size of flat panel monitors. We review two new offerings from this new breed of CCTVs--Carol Farrenkopf

You Get to Choose: An Overview of Accessible Cell Phones

Suddenly you need help sorting through several choices shopping for an accessible cell phone. Who you gonna call? AccessWorld!--Darren Burton

The Touch That Means So Much: Training Materials for Computer Users Who Are Deaf-Blind

The Iowa Department for the Blind's Project ASSIST with Windows has created tutorials for an often-neglected group of users--Deborah Kendrick

More Than a Perkins Brailler: A Review of the Mountbatten Brailler, Part 2

Think you know everything that Mountbatten Brailler in the closet can do? Dust it off and read the second part of our in-depth review--Frances Mary D'Andrea

ATIA 2005

While most of the country was in a deep freeze, this conference offered new and updated products, networking opportunities, and a major merger--Deborah Kendrick

AccessWorld News


Entire Issue

Editor in Chief Jay Leventhal
Contributing Editors Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
Crista Earl
Mark Uslan
Managing Editor Ellen Bilofsky
Associate Editor Rebecca Burrichter

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