Hello My Fellow Social Surfing Seaworthy Stewards,
Listen to this audio excerpt from Freedom Scientificâ€™s FS Cast hosted by Jonathan Mosen in which he interviews Doug Lee about his latest JAWS (a software screen reading solution for the blind) scripts developed for Skype version 4.0 published here as an approximately 21 minute Candle Shore podcast.
Episode:Â Skype 4 Me
Hello My Fellow Drive-Time Direction-Finding Draftees,
Before I discuss a very handy useful feature of Code Factoryâ€™s Mobile Geo, a software GPS navigation solution for the blind and low vision, embrace the following piece and always remember.
The following was recently discovered in an old abandoned cavern over two kilometers beneath the earthâ€™s surface.Â It has been translated into English by a team of linguistic experts who readily admit that they had to improvise some of the words due to a lack of understanding of the authorâ€™s now extinct dialect.Â Read the rest of this entry »
Hello My Fellow Headset Hunting High-Jumpers,
If a picture paints a thousand words, then picture this:Â â€œBaby, the Plantronics Voyager Pro is the best Bluetooth bobble you can buy.â€Â
NeedÂ aÂ clearerÂ image?
Click Here to read a full review by PC Magazine.
Just in case you havenâ€™t gotten onboard the Windows Live for Windows Mobile Love Train, check out the following, written by Eric M. Zeman:
This, the latest version of Windows Live for Windows Mobile is comfortably accessible for those using Code Factoryâ€™s Mobile Speak screen reading software for the blind and low vision.
Enjoy and Iâ€™ll see you, Live.
MarkÂ Read the rest of this entry »
Read the following article, published by PC Magazine, to learn all about how to share your videos, music, and more, on the web.
Click Here to view the article.
Today is yet another day I have been a two-battery Epix owner.Â All I can say is yea!!!!!
I’d forgotten how nice it is to not worry about running low on juice especially after running heavy tests on the phone all day.Â Don’t get me wrong, I never ran completely out of power but, I use my phone so much that the possibility was never far from my mind.Â
Now, with my Desktop charger and the second battery, all I have to do is lock and load.Â
It almost makes me long for the days of the first old-school Motorola monstrosities when having a second battery was truly not a luxury but a necessity.Â
It really is a shame that stand-alone Desktop battery chargers are so difficult to find; at least, they are for me.Â
Now, if I could only locate a Y-cable …
Ah, but one thing at a time.
With Liberty and Power for All,
As a low vision person, how do you know which way youâ€™re traveling in terms of north, south, east, and west?Â This may be a personal subject so I apologize if it offends you.
This is a very good question, Karen, and I assure you I am not offended.Â In fact, I wish more people would make such inquiries.Â Â Read the rest of this entry »
FIRST WINDOWS MOBILE 6.5 DEVICE FROM SAMSUNG
by Chuong Nguyen, January 26th, 2009 at 03:19 PM
This is filed under the leaks and rumors section for now, but MSMobileNews has it that Samsung will be releasing two new Windows Mobile devices in 2009, if sources from eXpansys are to be reliable. Staff at eXpansys were given a chance to preview the devices. The first will be a Touch Pro competitor and the second will bring Windows Mobile 6.5 to the Epix form factor.Â Read the rest of this entry »
Mobile Geo is a Windows Mobile GPS navigation software solution for the visually impaired complete with vibratory feedback for the deaf-blind, developed by Code Factory.
I am pleased to release this audio-training lesson entitled â€œVirtual Geoâ€, published here as an approximately 20 minute CANDLESHORE podcast.
This lesson comprises Part 3 of the audio-training series, USING MOBILE GEO.
For more information about Code Factoryâ€™s Mobile Geo, point your browser to codefactory.es.
Episode:Â Virtual Geo
Hello Boys and Girls,
The following article, by Eric Griffith, will show you how to turn your little USB Thumb Drive into a virtual Mini PC.Â
I love this stuff!!!!Â (Big Smile)Â
MarkÂ Read the rest of this entry »