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By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer If, like me, you have started reading digital talking books from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) of the Library of Congress, you have probably been using the new … Continue reading
By Curtis Chong firstname.lastname@example.org [tweetmeme service=”idbonline”] On Wednesday, July 28, Amazon announced that its Kindle electronic book reader will come equipped with a voice guide that reads all menu options aloud so blind and other print-disabled people can navigate the … Continue reading