[Mm-friends] What would you like to hear about on Main Menu
Luis Eduardo Peña
lpena57 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 09:10:46 EDT 2016
I would like to take issue with those people who have indicated that they don't want to listen presentations regarding Apple products on Main Menu. The iPhone has changed my life for the better, and therefore I think that blind people should be informed about the possibilities that the iPhone offers to them.
Insidentaly, when the iPhone appeared Main Menu presented a lot of segments regarding this new technology. At that time I didn't have an iPhone and I was really annoyed about these presentations. In fact, I sent an email to Jaimy Pauls complaining about these presentations. How wrong I was!! A couple of years later I got an iPhone. I am a person who has had the privilege to use many technological devices designed for the blind, since the Optacon, 40 years ago. I must say that the iPhone has been the best of these technological devices that I have ever used.
Of course, I respect the opinion of other main menu users, but I wanted to share this story whit you.
From: Brennen via Mm-friends [mailto:mm-friends at acbradio.org]
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I still think that apple should get some coverage on main menu just mainly because that seems to be what a fair amount of blind people are using now adays
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> On Mar 23, 2016, at 8:47 AM, Jenine Stanley via Mm-friends <mm-friends at acbradio.org> wrote:
> I want to thank those of you who are brave enough to say publicly that you 1. no longer listen and 2. don’t have the latest tech or don’t care about Apple products.
> That’s important for us to know about. that said, what would you like us to cover? We have some up coming coolness for you regarding products to help with mobility, bar code reading and more. I’m sure Jeff Bishop will have a lot of interviews from CSun as well that should be really interesting.
> If though there is something you want to hear about in the Windows world, please let us know and we will try hard to find the right people to cover it.
> Is anyone interested in hearing more about using the free screen reader NVDA?
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