Same what I was thinking, how might they produce one? I heard that many just
talk in sign language, guess videocasting, but hmmm. Maybe podcasts about
the technology they might use so the hearing people that help them khnow.
----- Original Message ----- From: "JULIE MELTON" <jewelsong21@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 10:54 AM
Subject: RE: Disibility Node as part of Ipodder.org categories ...
Forgive me if I'm ignorant, but how would a deaf person enjoy/listen to a podcast? I guess the partially deaf could do so, but it stil seems as though it would be harder than for a hearing person.
JulieMelton visit me at www.heart-and-music.com Keep smiling!
From: "Judy W" <judyw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: RE: Disibility Node as part of Ipodder.org categories ... Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 09:49:12 -0500
Also, have a category for people who are deaf. Judy
-----Original Message----- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Darrell Shandrow Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 9:44 AM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Disibility Node as part of Ipodder.org categories ...
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.
Darrell Shandrow - Shandrow Communications! Technology consultant/instructor, network/systems administrator! A+, CSSA, Network+! Check out high quality telecommunications services at http://ld.net/?nu7i Information should be accessible to us without need of translation by another person. Blind Access Journal blog: http://www.blindaccessjournal.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Bishop" <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 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
> be added to iPodder.org's directory. I wanted to mention them here and
> 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
> the colon):
> Blindness/Visual Impairment:
> ACB Radio
> Assistive Technology
> Chronic Illness:
> Cystic Fibrosis
> Cognitive Disabilities
> Mobility Impairments
> Assistive Technology News
> Web Accessibility
> 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>,
> 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
> chance to insure you want to be included or not.
> Jeff Bishop
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