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By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer From March 15-19, I attended the 26th annual CSUN International Technology & People with Disabilities Conference held in San Diego. During the conference, I attended a number of formal sessions, visited with a few companies in … Continue reading
By Curtis Chong firstname.lastname@example.org [tweetmeme service=”idbonline”] In early July, I attended a three-hour session conducted by Freedom Scientific during which the company provided a sneak preview of JAWS for Windows Version 12. Freedom Scientific has been working on this newest … Continue reading