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Top Tech Tidbits - Volume 168
The Week's News in Adaptive Technology

Distributed by Flying Blind, LLC

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1) This week's Tek Talk Training, held on GMT Tuesday, 22 July, at 00:00, will consist of a tutorial on the use of Roxio Record Now!

2) Optasia Ministry offers free electronic Christian resources to US residents; some of these resources are not available otherwise in free electronic format, and some are particularly formatted for use on legacy and current portable reading devices.

3) IBM has started a service, currently in beta, where JAWS users can submit websites whose accessibility needs improvement to volunteers who can correct the site so that any user of the IBM software can benefit from the improved accessibility.

4) ATC now sells Mobileyes, the device which is a reading machine, audio player and PDA all in one, and they have a video demo of it you can download, just know that it is a large file!

5) An article, Special Steps to use Window-Eyes with ZoomText, has been posted to the GW Micro knowledge base.

6) On the audio page, you can listen to a two-part interview and demonstration of the SI Recognizer, a versatile and powerful portable device.

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