In This Issue . . .
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
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
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
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