>From: "Prof Norm Coombs" <nrcgsh@xxxxxxx> > >Easi: Equal Access to Software and Information begins Podcasting >EASI In Your Pocket! > >The Web has long enabled all of us to access information from around >the world >and to access it from any where and at any time so long as we were sitting at >a computer and connected to the Internet. Podcasts now let us take >online information >and load it into a personal pocket-sized device and listen to it any >where and >any time so long as our batteries have life in them. > >EASI launches its first weekly podcast series on January 11: >Barrier-free Information Technology Tips and Tricks > >Do you have trouble reading manuals for your computer, cell phone >and other devices? >Do you have trouble with user unfriendly software, Web pages and device >menus? We will regularly provide tips and tricks for both beginner >and advanced >users to remove barriers to your getting the full use and enjoyment of >today's and tomorrow's technology > >These podcasts will be kept to about 15 minutes in length and will be posted >at least once a week. The series will provide information for the >general user >of information technology on tips and tricks to use computers and >similar devices >more efficiently. We will also include information about more efficient use >of special adaptive technology applications that support users with >various disabilities. > >You can subscribe by going to: >http://easi.cc/podcasts/ > >or you can paste the following URL into your agrigator: >http://easi.cc/podcasts/bfit.xml > >In the near future, EASI will launch other podcast series to >accompany this initial >feed.