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Tek Talk Archives
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Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
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Worlds of Books
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Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
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Books and Beyond
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Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
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Our Cozy Kitchen
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Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
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Healthy Living
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Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
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Worlds of Books will meet at 9pm Eastern on 7/16/19 to discuss Those who knew DB92902 by Idra Novey. The NLS annotation follows: Those who knew DB 92902
 
Tek Talk welcomes David Kingsbury, Assistive Technology Instructor, Carroll Center for the Blind to Discuss his new book: “Format Your Word Documents with JAWS and NVDA: A Guide for Students and Professionals.” July 15, 2019
 
Tek Talk welcomes Robert Felder,CEO. Raj Company to present the topic: “The Lucia phone for blind persons”July 8, 2019 Newswire
 
Aira is a service that connects people who are blind or have low vision to highly trained, remotely-located agents.
 
I will start with “What is an APS” (Accessible Pedestrian Signal) and go through how they work, where they go, how does someone get them in their area etc.Contact: Matt Baker, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Polara Company
 
Fiction Old and New will meet at 8pm Eastern on 6/7/19 to discuss Remember Me Like This DB78840 by Bret Johnston. The NLS annotation follows:
 
Tek Talk welcomes Anna Dresner to discuss her new book: “Getting the Job Done with Shortcuts.” Newswire:
 
On Sunday May 26, 2019, at 5 pm EDT, The Mysteries Discussion Group will be discussing Juror #3 by James Patterson. You can find it on BARD by looking for DB 92405. You can find it on Bookshare at:
 
Worlds of Books will meet at 9pm Eastern on 5/21/19 to discuss You're next DB 74088 by Gregg Hurwitz. The NLS annotation follows:
 
Presented by Joel Snyder, Ph.D.President, Audio Description Associates, LLC (USA)Director, Audio Description Project, American Council of the Blind
 
Novel Ideas will be discussing the book The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo. DB 28784. Guest host Carla Hayes will lead us in the discussion of this classic. Below is the synopsis from Bookshare.
 
Presenter: John Taylor, Products DirectorIrie ATjohn.taylor@irie-at.com Website:www.irie-at.com541-243-8221
 
On May 6, 2019, Tek Talk welcomes Janet Dickelman, the National Convention Coordinator, American Council of the Blind to speak to our worldwide Tek Talk audience
 
Fiction Old & New will be discussing the book Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf DB81799, on Friday May 3 at 8PM Eastern.
 
Dean Martineau will discuss his forthcoming book, Windows Keyboard Power User Guide, on Tek Talk on April 29.
 
Mystery Book Discussion: Sunday April 28, 2019 5 pm EST On Sunday April 28, 2019, at 5 pm EDT, The Mysteries Discussion Group will be discussing The Moon-Spinners by Mary Stewart. You can find it
 
For the month of April only, Novel Ideas will be meeting on the fourth Friday of the month since Good Friday falls on the third Friday when we would normally meet. We are also taking a break from reading Fiction this month.
 
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has been circulating books and magazines in braille and audio for nearly 90 years.
 
Worlds of Books will meet at 9pm Eastern on 4/16/19 to discuss Great expectations DB53991 by Charles Dickens. The NLS annotation follows:
 
Tek Talk welcomes a panel composed of Larry Gassman, John Gassman, Steve Bauer and Jeff Bishop to discuss the topic: “An overview of the CSUN Conference, 2019.”
 
Not quite as many people last time as usual, very likely because I forgot to send out the customary monthly reminder.Some good conversation nonetheless.The main books that people brought to talk about last time were:
 
Fiction Old & New will be discussing the book Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney DB86852, on Friday April 5 at 8PM Eastern.
 
Dave Wilkinson is the Director of Sales at APH. Tonight he will be introducing us to APH Innovations, a division of APH focusing on bringing experimental products to market.
 
Continuing the format of having everybody read a book, and discuss their book Choice with the group.
 
Tek Talk welcomes Presenter Kesel Wilson, Editor and Programs Manager, National Braille Press to discuss the founding of NBP and its great work in technology to produce fine books, March 25, 2019.
 
The Mystery Book Discussion Group discussing Edge Of Eden by Nicholas Proffitt. You can find it on BARD by looking for DB 33668. It does not seem to be on Bookshare.
 
Worlds of Books will meet at 9pm Eastern on 3/19/19 to discuss Educated: a memoir DB90188 by Tara Westover. The NLS annotation follows:
 
Jeff Bishop is a familiar name in our community and has been the host of ACB Radio's Main Menu technology program and still serves as a member of the Main Menu team.
 
Fiction Old & New will be discussing the book The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory. DB90130, on Friday March 1 at 8PM Eastern.
 
We will continue the format of having everybody read a book, and discuss their book Choice with the group.Julia Kulak, group facilitator. julia.kulak@gmail.com
 
In regards to the presentation, I will spend roughly 25 minutes or so on the features and specifics of the Touch +, and then will take questions.
 
On Sunday February 24, 2019, at 5 pm EST, The Mysteries Discussion Group will be discussing See Jane Run by Joy Fielding. You can find it on BARD by looking for DB 32049. You can find it on Bookshare by
 
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