[blindreplay] Audio tidbits for you

  • From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 05:08:17 -0700 (PDT)

All credit goes to the Tech Tidbits newsletter. Thank you Dean! 
Accessible World has podcasts 

On the newsletter but I was the one who mentioned this one to
the pc-audio mailing list and the newsletter picked it up. 
11) A new breed of Internet radio stations allow you to create
your own custom streaming station, edit it, skip songs at will,
share your station with others, and discuss music. Unlike
Pandora, which is a veteran in this field and is difficult, if
not impossible, to use with screen readers, with no hope for
change in sight, Jango, currently in beta, is very

16) ReadTheWords is a useful site that lets you turn text, Word,
and HTML documents into mp3 files for playback on portable
devices. The site gives you a choice of good-quality voices in
American and British English, French and Spanish. The maximum
allowed file size is rather small, but the site is totally free
and easy to use. Thanks to Fred's Head Companion for this one!

19) As we prepare to wrap up, we learn about yet another CSUN
recording. This one should be fun! The session was called
Dueling Operating Systems. Users of JAWS, Voiceover, and Linux
compete to perform the same tasks. This blog post contains a
link to the nearly two-hour long audio file, and may contain
other information regarding the presenters.

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