[Friends] Driverless cars and more on this week's Main Menu

Jamie Pauls jamiepauls at sbcglobal.net
Tue Aug 16 19:10:08 GMT 2011


  Have you ever dreamed of the day when blind people might be able to drive 
cars but thought that idea was nothing more than a daydream? What if some 
day nobody blind or sighted drove a car? Suppose the car could drive itself? 
On this week's edition of Main Menu, Harry Brown visits with Jamie Pauls for 
a second time to give us an update on the status of automated vehicle 
technology and to dream about the future.  You don't want to miss Harry's 
insights into the subject.  After that, David Woodbridge of Vision Australia 
demonstrates how to delete or copy nonsequential files using VoiceOver on 
the Mac.  Finally, Chase Crispin demonstrates Linux Distro Chooser, a 
website that will help you pick the right Linux distribution.

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