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Welcome to this BVI Strategy Podcast Series brought to you by the strategy student-organization, Business, Vision & Innovation operating at Copenhagen Business School and the University of Southern Denmark. In this podcast series, we discuss strategies on how to improve yourself personally and professionally to achieve greater things in life with the most influential senior female and male leaders.
 
Transactional Partner Rachel Graham and Director of Client Services Amy Roost host our Practically Speaking podcast. This series was launched to provide our listeners with practical advice and insights on issues applicable to stakeholders in BVI. We hope that the series will be of interest to directors, shareholders, trustees and others concerned with BVI entities.
 
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Welcome to the Caribbean Castaways podcast with Ryan and Crystal, aka RumShopRyan and Castaway Crystal. Get insider Caribbean Vacation travel tips, from the best beaches and hotels, to the best restaurants and things to do. Everything you need to know to get the most out of your vacation and become a salty Caribbean Castaway.
 
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Timothy Spuck from Associated Universities Inc.(AUI),, joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio, and talks about his involvement with the IDATA Project. The chief component of the project is their new and improved software, AfterGlow Access, that aids individuals without sight by converting astronomical images into soundscapes which can be…
 
In the Blind Abilities Studio, Hannah Harriman sits down with Jeff Thompson to talk about her academic and employment journey. From her early days and her Individual Education Plan (IEP) In Grade School to her Individual Plan for Employment (IPE) as she attended the Summer Transition Program, MN State Academy for the Blind and went off to college t…
 
Open up your native Music App on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac, MacBook or even on Apple TV, and play a song. Open the mini-player to show the now playing screen and tap on the Lyrics button down near the bottom. With VoiceOver on, you will hear the lyrics just before the singing starts. You can employ Air Play and play the song on your speakers or…
 
Blind Abilities adds to the iPhone101 Catalogue with this short, but informative demonstration of how to navigate your way out of a long list. Have you ever found yourself way, way down in your mail Inbox, processing your email, but when finished, you can’t get back to the top without having to flick through those endless emails, one at a time? How…
 
Learning Ally’s College Success Program coordinator, Abigail Shaw, gives us a history of Learning Ally and dives deep into the College Success Program. Mentor, Rachel Grider, and Mentee, Gabi Mendonca, explain how the College Success Program works from their experience as a Mentor and a college student perspective. You can get all the details on th…
 
Full Transcript Show Summary: Thomas Reid lost his sight back in 2004 and found podcasts as a way back into learning and getting his message out to the world. Coming from the IT sector, Thomas found technology and screen readers as a way back to the workplace and never looked back. He now host the Reid My Mind Podcast, is a Voice Artist and an advo…
 
Hi everyone In today's episode, I will be discussing the difference between being a critical thinker and a critic. A lot of times, we shift to be a critic of some concept, because we find a flaw and we think that this is what critical thinking is. The only problem is, this is far away from being a critical thinker. A critical thinker can think thro…
 
Full Transcript Show Summary: It was a typical day for Robert Tarango, working in the kitchen of the Helen Keller National Center. That is until his boss summoned him to another building on the center’s campus. Not given any further information, Robert imagined a host of mostly ominous reasons for the sudden meeting. The last thing he considered wa…
 
Serina, Raqi and Jeff are all doble jabbed and on their way for full vaccination. And the crew went deep into some topics, deep into the weeds as they say. Marlon joins Jeff to bring Audio Drama to life on the Blind Abilities show. Here is a chronological list of the topics we dug into and we hope you enjoy! We 3 got our 2 shots each, but separatel…
 
Key takeaways A chargee is someone who has the benefit of security that has been granted by a BVI company Numerous features make using a BVI company attractive to lenders for structuring finance transactions including: Clear and simple registration process Robust insolvency legislative regime providing protection – very similar to UK law The abilit…
 
Kimberly Arcand, Visualization Scientist Emerging Technology Lead for NASA’s Chandra Observatory at the Center for Astrophysics Harvard and Smithsonian, has been working with Christine Malec and JJ Hunt, from the Talk Description to Me Podcasts, describing imagery created from data gathered by a variety of telescopes. Kimberly’s work in visualizati…
 
Hello everyone In today's episode, we have invited Stephen Bruyant-Langer to the studio, where we will discuss the traits that are common among high-caliber and top-performing professionals. 3 pieces of advice to students from Stephen: 1) Think in the long-run 2) Take risks 3) Don't compromise your integrity Enjoy the episode…
 
Today Jeff and Raqi are joined in the studio by Brandon Biggs, inclusive designer and Engineer with The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute (SKI), the foremost organization for vision research in the U. s. Brandon is involved in three major projects at SKI, including the development of the Cam IO app, which allows blind and visually impaired in…
 
Full Transcript Provided Tanja Milojevic had a passion for audio since her childhood and has followed her dream of becoming a voice artist and now creates, participates and collaborates with many other creatives in the field of voice artistry. From voice overs, audio description, and her favorite pastime, Audio Dramas. Tanja joins Jeff Thompson in …
 
Blind Abilities adds to their iPhone 101 demonstrations series with a review of two simple but time saving tips found in your keyboard settings. Just go to your iOS settings app, flick down to general, go to keyboard and there you will find these two convenient shortcuts: The Period Shortcut, and the Auto Capitalization features. These two features…
 
Jeff Thompson goes through the set up process on a couple of AirTags using his iPhone. The process is nearly automatic and in no time you won’t be losing a thing. Kind of. If you have an iPhone 11 or 12 running iOS 14.5, you are good to go. Although, the iPhone SE, released in 2020, does not sport the A1 Nero Chip Near Field Communication (NFC) is …
 
Blind Abilities brings you another episode in the iPhone 101 demonstrations and reviews series which will add to your arsenal of Keyboard shortcuts in the Text Replacement section of your Keyboard Settings. This one will show you just how easy it is to add emojis to your library of readily available shortcuts. As Jeff Thompson demonstrated in a pre…
 
Hello everyone In today's podcast episode, we will speak about a controversial insight that for many people sounds irrational and stupid, but when explained sounds very logical. This is common for most insights, and regardless of the complexity and impact of the insight, if you can not explain it, no one will follow through with that insight. In th…
 
RaqiG, Serina and Jeff join together to talk tech, smack and some week old Spring Loaded news. Marlon storms back and joins Jeff in the creatives corner to add some news relief. Air Tags are selling fast and iOS 14.5 is out and you can keep that mask on, if you sport an Apple Watch that is. Serina orders a new LG Gram laptop, graduates from AFB Lea…
 
Matt Ater, Vice President at Vispero, joined Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio to talk about Vispero and what he and his team is doing to enhance the user experience and opportunities to learn about the products we have all come to know, such as the ever so popular screen reader, Jaws. Matt talks about the importance of the user experienc…
 
In this episode, Transactional Partner Rachel Graham and Director of Client Services Amy Roost outline the process of becoming a shareholder of a BVI company. Key Takeaways: Do your due diligence as to what your rights as a shareholder will be, BVI law is very flexible in this regard. Key documents will be the memorandum and articles of association…
 
Jeff Thompson and Pete Lane are joined in the Blind Abilities studio by Sandhya Rao. They recently met Sandhya a few weeks ago along with Michael McCulloch as they discussed the amazing organization called, I Blind User's Group, (iBug). You can listen to the iBugToday episode on Blind Abilities In this episode, they shift the focus to Sandhya, the …
 
Hello everyone In this podcast episode, our interesting guest, the Director of Investment Promotion at Copenhagen Capacity Anette Steenberg, and I are discussing how countries become competitive - More importantly, how do countries attract foreign companies to come and build their factories in Denmark so that Denmark becomes a known hub of a specif…
 
Dr. Ashley Tuan, Vice President of Medical Devices at Mojo Vision, joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio about the development of a new and innovative product for low vision individuals called Mojo Lens. Dr. Tuan discusses the fascinating and impressive capabilities of these high-tech contact lenses, which are placed on the white part o…
 
In this episode of Blind Abilities we feature the iBlind Users Group, aka iBUGToday, a nonprofit organization located in Houston, Texas, but which operates a variety of virtual training and social activities for individuals around the country using the Zoom platform. The mission of iBUG, is to promote the individual independence, social integration…
 
introducing a new braille book for Teachers of the Blind/Visually Impaired, TBVI), parents and others who wish to instruct Blind students in learning Unified English Braille, (UEB). The book was written by one of our guests, Roberta Becker. She joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio along with her colleague, Lori Scharff. Roberta and Lor…
 
Bree Klauser, Spencer Frankeberger, Juan Alcazar and Jeff Thompson got together in the Blind Abilities Studio to talk about the Easterseal Disability Film Challenge that they participated in and want you to check out their films and “like” them as the Awareness campaign is ending soon. A Dog-umentary & Scene of Possibilities” PREMIERED ON MARCH 27,…
 
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