Foreword By Chris Hofstader The article below was written by my good friend Amanda Carson, she's also the person who handles anything I need done with WordPress on this site. It describes in detail with references to original sources, the sexual misconduct problems surrounding The National Federation Of The Blind (NFB). If you have been… Read more about NFB: Sex, Crimes; Cover-Ups and Excuses
Foreword By Chris Hofstader This article is a guest post written by my friend Pranav Lal. He is an expert user of The vOICe, a sensory substitution technology that allows blind people to experience some vision via sounds. I find this technology highly compelling, I think it's a better solution than are the various implants… Read more about I can see but cannot drive, what good is synthetic vision?
Introduction For the past nine months or so, I've been doing a lot of research into the issue of employment among the population of people with vision impairment. I'm still learning a lot about this issue and discovering that the problem is profoundly more complex than I would have ever predicted. At one time when… Read more about Work: A Personal Perspective
Forward This article was written by contributing editor Gonz Blinko. From time to time, Gonz, with whom I rarely spend any time anymore, still sends me an article for publication here. I received this one from him this morning and found it interesting, informative and, as always is the case when Gonz writes a piece… Read more about Apple’s Super Secret New Product
[Editor’s note: This guest post was written by my new friend Scott. He’s a deaf-blind technology consumer who uses computational devices via a braille interface alone. He is also an adaptive technology instructor teaching those who are deaf-blind, and a member of the AppleVis editorial Team. This post is written purely from the perspective of… Read more about Testing Android: A Deaf-Blind Perspective