Hi. I do mention Braille, adn it is something I use on a daily basis. However, it is not essential to listening to this program. THough I use it on the Mac extensively, I also rely on speech. When I get my new iPhone, there will be no Braille, as far as I know, so it is a moot point there. I would suggest you listen to the first part of the show, and if you like keep on listening. If not, you're welcome to delete and disregard the rest of it. I do hope you enjoy our presentation, though.
Shane Jackson Vestavia Hills, Alabama, USA. Email & MSN: jack728@xxxxxxxxx Skype: cadal728 Twitter: jack728 On Jun 11, 2009, at 1:24 PM, Mac Norins wrote:
Shane,Before one takes 2 hours to listen to this show, let's suppose that one does not use Braille, at all; is this then a relevant program, for one to listen to? I am one of those formerly sighted individuals, who concentrates on using screen readers, not Braille monitors or other Braille equipment. So, as to clarify, should I just skip this?Thanks, -Mac- ----- Original Message ----- From: "Shane Jackson" <jack728@xxxxxxxxx> To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 1:33 PM Subject: NFB Trashes Mac OS X. Hey, all. I have just posted the latest episode of the BLindWorld Blog and Podcast. It is a reproduction of an episode of The Screenless Switchers Podcast's latest episode, featureing a thorough critique of a horrifying article published by the NFB concerning Mac OS X. Find my show at http://feeds2.feedburner.com/BWBP or download the file directly at http://www.shanejackson.net/Screenless_Switchers.mp3 and be warned that the podcast is over 2 hours in length. I would, however, urge you to listn to the whole thing, as it is most relevant. Thank you. Shane Jackson Vestavia Hills, Alabama, USA. Email & MSN: jack728@xxxxxxxxx Skype: cadal728 Twitter: jack728