On the sports category, why not wait until podcasts relating to these
sports exist. Otherwise we will have a bunch of empty categories.
All these categories can be added once they become necessary.
At 09:55 AM 10/14/2005, you wrote:
under sport, we can also have skiing for blinds, in the US and some European countries there are plenty of places that offer skiing for VI folks.
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From: <mailto:nu7i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>Darrell Shandrow
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 5:44 PM
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Another idea under sports might be "wheelchair basketball" and "wheelchair racing". I know, for a fact, that there is considerable interest in and probably at least one or two podcasts on, both of these categories in the disability community.
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Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 7:48 PM
Subject: Disibility Node as part of Ipodder.org categories ...
> Hello Everyone, > > I am working on putting together the categories for the OPML file that > will > be added to iPodder.org's directory. I wanted to mention them here and > seek > for your input on other categories you would like to see. Here is the > current List. The top node is Disibilities. Here are the top level > categories and where noted subcategories (subcategories will be listed > after > the colon): > > Activism > > Blindness/Visual Impairment: > ACB Radio > Assistive Technology > > Chronic Illness: > Diabetes > Cystic Fibrosis > > Cognitive Disabilities > > General > > Mobility Impairments > > News > > Sports/Recreation > > Technology: > Assistive Technology News > Programming > Web Accessibility > > Transportation: > > > ===== > > OK, get me your feedback. You always will have the ability to suggest > tings, we just want a good start when we ship the link to Adam Curry. > > Come on gang, chime in loud and proud. No skin off my nose <grin>, change > it and make it better. > > I will be providing you a list on Saturday of all of the podcasts that I > have found or have been notified for each category. You will then have a > chance to insure you want to be included or not. > > > ----- > > Jeff Bishop > Applications Systems Analyst, Principal > CCIT, Administrative Computing > > Phone: 520-626-1145 > Cell: 520-205-0988 > Fax : 520-626-8346 > Email: <mailto:jeffbis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>jeffbis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Address: > The University of Arizona > Building 73 > Room #: 116 > 1077 North Highland Avenue > PO Box 210073 > Tucson, AZ 85721-0073 > > -- > > The opinions or statements expressed herein are my own and should not be > taken as a position, opinion, or endorsement of The University of Arizona. > > > >
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