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Taking Care of Business with Two Blind Brothers

Bill Holton

Bradford and Bryan Manning are two blind brothers who built a highly successful clothing business from the ground up. They have a wealth of tips and suggestions for people with visual impairments who want to start their own businesses.

Employment Matters

A Profile of Dr. Daniel Zingaro, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Deborah Kendrick

Dr. Daniel Zingaro, a computer science professor at the University of Toronto, is one sparkling example that the 30 percent of people with visual impairments who have found successful and satisfying employment may be growing.

Product Evaluations and Guides

An Introduction to Slack, A Popular Chat App for Teams and Workplaces

J.J. Meddaugh

Slack is one of the most popular internal communication apps, connecting employees and teams within organizations quickly and efficiently. This introduction takes a look at the program's accessibility.

FreshBooks Makes Accounting Accessible for the Blind

Jamie Pauls

You may be familiar with QuickBooks, accounting software that has seen increased accessibility in recent years. In this article, we take a look at another accessible accounting software package, FreshBooks.

A Comparison of Speak! and Envision AI, Two Text and Object Recognition Apps for Android

Steven Kelley

While the popular Seeing AI text and object recognition app is not yet available on Android, other apps aim to close the gap. In this article, we will look at a new entry in this field, the Speak! app and compare it to the existing Android recognition app, Envision AI.

Book Reviews

Book Review: Dating in the Digital Age: An Accessible Journey for Finding Love Online, by Kim Loftis

Deborah Kendrick

If you have been thinking about testing the online dating waters, *Dating in the Digital Age: An Accessible Journey for Finding Love Online*, by Kim Loftis, might be a good place to begin.

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