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Tag Archives: low-tech gear
By Julie Aufdenkamp Contributing Writer For some blind people with usable vision, a handheld CCTV may prove to be a valuable tool at work or home or anywhere in between. I recently acquired one of these pocket-sized video magnifiers, called … Continue reading
By Julie Aufdenkamp Contributing Writer Although I am the parent of two teenagers, I can still remember the times when they got sick as infants or toddlers. No matter what bug they contracted, their body temperatures would often soar to … Continue reading
By Roger Erpelding Contributing Writer I like to cook, the old gas stove was over 20 years old, and doing poorly. Beth, my wife, and I had decided some time ago that when it “died” we weren’t going to spend … Continue reading