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1) Tidbits Welcomes Two New Sponsors

We open this week by welcoming aboard two new Tidbits Sponsors. The LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired Adaptations Online Store and T-Mobile's Accessibility Division. Please join us in extending a big thank you to each of our sponsors and supporters. Without their support, Tidbits would not be possible.

2) Braillists Foundation Events

This UK organization promoting Braille offers Braille instruction and information related to Braille. One of their upcoming events will be a discussion of the Orbit Reader on GMT Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at 18:00:
https://www.braillists.org/events/

3) How to Search for Products Sold and Shipped By Amazon Itself

How-To Geek tells us how to do this in case we want to do so:
https://www.howtogeek.com/695506/how-to-search-for-products-sold-and-shipped-by-amazon-itself/

4) A Free Hyperlegible Typeface from the Braille Institute

This typeface seeks to be significantly more readable for many with low vision:
https://kottke.org/20/10/a-free-hyperlegible-typeface-from-the-braille-institute

5) Low Vision and Videoconferencing

This edition of the Parallel Podcast concerns how a low vision coordinator of many videoconferences on different platforms copes with the challenges:
https://www.relay.fm/parallel/37

6) How Komplete Kontrol is Empowering Visually Impaired Musicians

This actually isn't a new post, but for aspiring musicians not already aware of it, it could be a revolutionary discovery:
https://blog.native-instruments.com/how-komplete-kontrol-is-empowering-visually-impaired-musicians/

7) 1Password

Mosen at Large gives us a review and demonstration of this password manager:
https://mosenatlarge.pinecast.co/episode/a69030679a8d434b/review-and-demonstration-of-the-1password-password-manager

8) New Features in NVDA 2020.3

As usual, the Web Friendly Help blog keeps us up on the latest screen reader developments:
https://webfriendlyhelp.com/new-features-in-nvda-2020-3/

9) iBUG Apple Workshop

This free Zoom workshop will be held on GMT Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 19:00:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7428486329?pwd=M003RmZaa3pTbWRlZ00xbSs4YTlmUT09

10) A Treasure-Trove of Music Facts

The Muze is a 50-pound package of JAWS scripts enabling people to get a lot of information about popular music:
http://www.hartgen.org/themuze

11) 8 Google Search Tips: Always Find What You're Looking For

This comes to us from Online Tech Tips:
https://www.online-tech-tips.com/google-softwaretips/8-google-search-tips-always-find-what-youre-looking-for/

12) A Day in The Connected Digital Life on Tek Talk

The founder of TTJ Consulting comes to discuss all Apple makes possible. Join in on GMT Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 00:00:
https://zoom.us/j/839935813

13) Using Zoom with a Screen Reader on Eyes on Success

The author of a book on the subject is featured in episode #2043:
http://eyesonsuccess.net

14) Putting the APH into CareerConnect: A Look at the Past, Present and our Futuristic Plans

The CareerConnect service is reborn at APH:
https://aphcareerconnect.org/blog/uncategorized/putting-the-aph-into-careerconnect-a-look-at-the-past-present-and-our-futuristic-plans/

15) Facebook Mobile with Chrome and Edge

You might find that this mobile version of Facebook is more accessible with modern Windows browsers:
https://mbasic.facebook.com/

16) Kellogg's Makes Cereal Boxes Designed for the Blind with Inclusive Packaging

This cereal box features a UK-first technology that a smartphone can detect in order to read aloud the labelling and allergen information to people with sight loss. The first-of-its-kind packaging was created in partnership with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), following research that revealed that 9 in 10 blind and partially sighted people feel the information on food packaging is difficult or impossible to read:
https://coolblindtech.com/kelloggs-makes-cereal-boxes-designed-for-the-blind-with-inclusive-packaging/

17) Arizona Attorney General Issues Warning to Consumers About OTC Hearing Aids

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has issued an announcement on his website cautioning consumers to watch out for "misleading sales tactics from companies selling over-the-counter hearing amplifiers." Over the past year, the Attorney General's Office (AGO) said it has received approximately 140 complaints about over-the-counter hearing aids. Learn more at:.
https://www.hearingreview.com/inside-hearing/regulation/az-attorney-general-issues-warning-to-consumers-about-otc-hearing-aids

18) Microsoft Announces Breakthrough AI Image Captioning for Word, PowerPoint, Outlook

Microsoft revealed last week that it has achieved a breakthrough in using artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically caption images. In its tests using a novel object captioning benchmark, Microsoft says its AI model managed to describe images as well as humans can. If this is true, the model could help improve accessibility across the web and in apps by providing automatic image captions. Learn more at:.
https://blogs.microsoft.com/ai/azure-image-captioning/

19) Jeopardy! Makes Online Test Accessible to the Blind

The National Federation of the Blind commended Jeopardy Productions and Sony Pictures Television last week for making the online test for the beloved gameshow Jeopardy! fully accessible to blind people who use screen reader technology. The modifications to the online test were implemented as a result of negotiations among the producers, the National Federation of the Blind, and a blind man who sought to be a contestant but was unable to successfully take the online test because it was not compatible with his screen reader technology. Learn more at:.
https://www.nfb.org/about-us/press-room/jeopardy-makes-online-test-accessible-blind

20) RNIB Creates Accessible Pregnancy Test Prototype to Raise Awareness of Accessible Design

In 2020 there is still no fully accessible pregnancy test, meaning that blind and partially sighted women must ask for help to read their tests, and are therefore never the first to know what is happening to their own bodies. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has unveiled the first accessible pregnancy test prototype that allows women with sight loss to know their results privately for the first time. The groundbreaking test allows the user to feel their results, producing raised nodules to indicate a positive result. Learn more at:.
https://www.dexigner.com/news/33351

21) Tidbits Opinion Polls Update. Goodbye Polls for Pages. Hello SurveyMonkey.

In the event you are not up to speed on our former struggles with poll accessibility, I (Aaron Di Blasi, Publisher) released a quick update last week addressing concerns that many readers posed over being forced to have a Facebook account in order to view poll results. In this vein, I am very happy to report that Top Tech Tidbits will no longer use Polls for Pages. All Top Tech Tidbits Polls, from this issue forward, will now be served from the SurveyMonkey platform. This has many benefits. Learn more about them here:
https://www.toptechtidbits.com/2.html

22) Tidbits Opinion Poll Results

Last week we asked, "How would you rate your overall accessibility experience with Microsoft Outlook on a scale of 1 (Inaccessible) to 5 (Completely Accessible)?" So far we've received 13 answers for a composite score of 4.2. This included one vote giving a 2, one vote giving a 3, six votes giving a 4, and five votes giving a solid 5. We will ask this question again in the future so that all readers may have the opportunity to participate.

23) New Tidbits Opinion Poll. No Facebook Account Required. Real Time Results Link Included.

Answers provided for this poll will be used in a future poll to rank each entry. A reader asks, "In your experience and opinion which is the best all-around Braille Notetaker? Price notwithstanding?" Share your opinion with us on this, and future AT-related polls, on the Top Tech Tidbits website where you can weigh in and view or share results:
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24) Future Tidbits Opinion Polls

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