The answer is 90 percent if the children are blind.Â Most Americans are shocked to hear this statistic.Â And we should be.Â The blind read and write using Braille, so why is our educational system failing to teach Braille to so many children?Â Why are these children being denied the opportunities that come with a proper education?Â What if you could not read and write?Â Where would you be today?Â Read the rest of this entry »
I strongly recommend that you get this free (VoiceOver compatible) iPHone application before taking your next road trip.Â
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TIP:Â Youâ€™re The CAPS Meow, iPhone 3GS
One thing the iPhone 3G/3GS keyboard doesn’t seem to have is a CAPS-LOCK feature that, when activated, enables you to type all-uppercase letters. To do this, you need to tap and hold the Shift key and then use a different finger to tap the uppercase letters. However, the iPhone 3G/3GS keyboard actually does have a Caps Lock feature; it’s just that it’s turned off by default.Â Read the rest of this entry »
Want to put the power of the press in your pocket?Â
With the tap of a finger, enjoy The Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register via Los Angeles Local News, an elegantly simple and VoiceOver accessible iPhone application.Â Read the rest of this entry »
In this approximately 14 minute episode of the Candleshore Podcast, join me in practicing editing text on the iPhone 3GS using VoiceOver, a built-in software screen reading solution for the blind and low vision,
I hope you enjoy this approximately 12 minute Candleshore Podcast in which I describe how to manually manage your iPhone 3GS.
I hope you enjoy this approximately 29 minute Candleshore Podcast in which I explore the Settings Menu, v3.0, of iPhone 3GS.
I strongly recommend the following free (VoiceOver accessible) application for use on your iPhone:
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The following piece, which really moves me, I received from one of the most special people in my life, my beloved cousin, Peedee.Â
Read, Believe, and Enjoy,