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By Michael Barber Contributing Writer I am attending the 26th annual International Conference on Disabilities, sponsored by California State University at Northridge. One of the exciting things to do at these conferences is to wander through the exhibit hall and … Continue reading
By Tai Blas Contributing Writer As one of a growing number of very satisfied blind iPhone users, I recently discovered a fantastic bar code reader and audio labeling system called Digit-Eyes. Costing only $29.99, this system is significantly less expensive … Continue reading