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Participants Needed: Study on experiences & preferences for image descriptions

From the mailbag: A team of researchers at the University of Texas is seeking individuals who are blind or have low vision to participants in a study focused on people’s experiences with image descriptions (captions, alt text, visual question answers, … Continue reading

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Why a Kindle’s Really Not for You

As you know, I’m a reader.  It’s rare to find me without a book in my hand, and you’ll find reading materials of one sort or another stashed almost everywhere I frequent in my life, from magazines in my cubicle … Continue reading

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Call to Action: Amazon Kindle

The NFB is organizing a letter-writing campaign in protest of Amazon’s marketing efforts with the Kindle ereader.  Although I know many people who are desperately in love with their Kindles, I, myself am not a Kindle supporter:  Amazon has yet … Continue reading

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