Cooperation Sings in "Autism: The Musical"
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Larry Wanger)I don’t know what I was expecting from a film called “Autism: The Musical.” It was just a title that attracted my attention, even as a dark-humored part of me wanted to suggest that it should be a rock opera to better accomodate all the head-banging. Yeah, yeah, I know. Elaine Hall […]
Awareness Day Simulations: On A Roll Without A Clue
By email@example.com (Larry Wanger)In one way, I understand why schools and businesses continue to do disability-awareness day simulations. It can be difficult to talk about disability, and it seems that many non-disabled people are fascinated by our shiny assistive devices, so a day spent playing crip-for-a-day could only be in good fun, right? At least, […]
Guide Dogs & Getting Hired – The March Issue of DisabilityNation
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Larry Wanger)The March issue of DisabilityNation is finally here and features coverage of the latest news and interviews focusing on issues important to people with disabilities. If you’re looking for work right now you know that finding employment is difficult because of the downturn in the economy. Fortunately, if you’re a person with […]
Skype with the Mac.
Hello, all. Please put your hands together and welcome a new podcaster to the BlindWorld Podcast. Mr. Dennis Bartlett has contributed a podcast on the use of Skype with the Mac. Dennis does a fine job, and I hope you enjoy the show See you next time Source: Blind World
A Mac chat for you
Hello, journal viewers. This is a Skype podcast concerning the Mac and why people might switch from other operating systems, especially Microft Windows. We also get into some more discussions that you might find of great interest. I hope you enjoy. Source: Blind World