July 2006 Issue  Volume 7  Number 4

In This Issue . . .

Editor's Page

Letters to the Editor

Diabetes and Visual Impairment: Are Insulin Pens Accessible?

Insulin pens are handy, discreet and less painful than syringes. Are they accessible?--Darren Burton and Mark Uslan

"Is This for Here or to Go?" A Series on Portable, Laptop-Compatible Video Magnifiers, Part 2

We evaluate another portable CCTV that connects with laptops--Lee Huffman

More Than One Way to Read: A Review of Kurzweil 1000 and OpenBook

We try out the latest versions of the two leading optical character recognition software packages--Brad Hodges

Figure It Out: A Review of Virtual Pencil Arithmetic and Virtual Pencil Algebra from Henter Math

We sum up two programs that will add to your ability to do math--Janet Ingber

Can You Get the Music? A Review of Music Download Sites

Have some relaxing music playing in the background as you read about these challenging sites--Janet Ingber

Accessing the Machine: Two Solutions for Using Large, Multifunctional Copy Machines

We test two accessibility solutions--Darren Burton and Lee Huffman

Play All Day with Playaway

It's a simple device that holds a single book. No one can read just one--Deborah Kendrick

Legends and Pioneers of Blindness Assistive Technology, Part 1

Learn about the people who blazed the trail in assistive technology-- Anthony R. Candela

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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