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Sight is a highly dominant sense. If you have it, naturally you’ll use it for a lot of things. But if you don’t have it, or you don’t have as much sight as you used to, it’s still possible to live a rich, full life. This podcast is all about how it’s done.
We offer tips and tricks for living blindfully, including plenty about the latest accessible technology, but we discuss the barriers too, ranging from attitudinal barriers to accessibility barriers and more.
Hear interviews with movers and shakers in the field, plus plenty from our engaged Living Blindfully community. You're welcome to join the conversation.
And always remember, with your cane, you’re able.

Living Blindfully Jonathan Mosen

    • Технологии

Sight is a highly dominant sense. If you have it, naturally you’ll use it for a lot of things. But if you don’t have it, or you don’t have as much sight as you used to, it’s still possible to live a rich, full life. This podcast is all about how it’s done.
We offer tips and tricks for living blindfully, including plenty about the latest accessible technology, but we discuss the barriers too, ranging from attitudinal barriers to accessibility barriers and more.
Hear interviews with movers and shakers in the field, plus plenty from our engaged Living Blindfully community. You're welcome to join the conversation.
And always remember, with your cane, you’re able.

    An interview with Zoom about their new accessible Essential recorders, your best and worst airline security experiences, and sharing the transport duties when you're a blind parent

    An interview with Zoom about their new accessible Essential recorders, your best and worst airline security experiences, and sharing the transport duties when you're a blind parent

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

    Welcome to 266 0:00
    HeardThat now offers a remote microphone kit 5:37
    The future of Castro Podcasts looks bright 8:58
    Samuel Greene from Zoom North America discusses their new and accessible Essential Series of recorders 11:55
    More on advocacy strategies and responsibilities 45:43
    best and worst experiences going through airport security 59:33
    Sharing the parenting duties when it comes to transport 1:15:12
    deep fakes in the US presidential election, blood pressure monitoring, Apple accessibility 1:20:04
    iPhone Action Button and Facebook extra verbosity 1:27:08
    Video editing as a blind person 1:29:08
    Sonos question 1:32:49
    Are other New York Times puzzles accessible? 1:35:03
    Accessible Crypto options 1:36:17
    Google Password Manager on BrailleNote Touch+ 1:37:55
    Update on Apple tech support woes 1:38:25
    Problem with iPhone notifications 1:39:37
    AI tools I use regularly 1:42:59
    Some products mentioned include: Perplexity, You.com, Pi.ai, YouTube Summary, Whisper transcription on Windows, Free Subtitles, MacWhisper, Open AI NVDA add-on, AI Content Describer, i

    What do people know about matrix 1:51:28
    Lost speech after iOS update 1:53:23
    Closing and contact info 1:59:31

    • 2 ч
    Advocacy strategies that don't burn us out, how good are Framework computers, and the Seleste Smart Glasses

    Advocacy strategies that don't burn us out, how good are Framework computers, and the Seleste Smart Glasses

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

    Welcome to 265 0:00
    Advocacy comments in episode 263 5:10
    Two users of Framework computers comment on their experiences 14:46
    Inaccessible date pickers on travel agency websites 27:28
    Using Emoji on Mac and Windows 31:29
    What are accessible options for those interested in crypto currency? 39:11
    Samsung Accessibility uses Audio-eye 41:41
    Questions about the iOS health app and the need for an Apple Watch 42:19
    Blind people generating images with AI 49:39
    Suno.ai, all the subscriptions, and improvements in mainstream gaming 55:53
    Shubh Mittal tells us about the Seleste Glasses 1:02:27
    Feedback on the Seleste Glasses, and a Minecraft accessibility mod 1:34:01
    Wanting to learn more about multiline Braille displays 1:37:48
    How can I advocate to save Gmail's basic HTML? 1:39:20
    Volunteering to be in a Be My Eyes group gives people more than they bargained for 1:41:50
    Update on new guide dogt and technology for developing countries 1:44:21
    Problem with my iPhone SE 1:51:59
    Sound on my Dell computer 1:54:27
    Blindness terminology and new iPhone 15 1:55:59
    Closing and contact info 1:59:24

    • 2 ч
    Accessible recorders from Zoom are on their way, revisiting blindness in the Bible, and the FeelSpace NaviBelt

    Accessible recorders from Zoom are on their way, revisiting blindness in the Bible, and the FeelSpace NaviBelt

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.
    Welcome to 264 0:00
    A tribute to Paul Paravano 1:52
    Zoom are about to release audio recorders with accessibility features 9:04
    Potentially good news for Castro users 13:27
    Machine-generated transcripts coming to Apple Podcasts 18:01
    Some blindness stories 19:03
    Helpful Samsung TV accessibility hints 26:40
    How do I share images to Be My AI on Android? 30:10
    Apple Tech Support woes 31:56
    OS choices, why I don't have a new Stream, routers and more 39:17
    Vocalizer voices, DAB receivers and Life Unseen 57:24
    The Feelspace Navibelt is a high tech Orientation and mobility tool 1:10:21
    Fitness apps 1:39:53
    Habel pricing discrepancies 1:43:03
    Thoughts on assistive technology 1:44:44
    Disabling automatic language detection on iPhone 1:51:52
    eBikes and scooters taking over New York City 1:53:27
    Question about Goodmaps Outdoors 1:57:40
    Closing and contact info 1:59:11

    • 1 ч. 59 мин.
    Blind seems to be the hardest word, Ryan Jones from Vispero talks screen reading in the present and future, and a new key is coming to your Windows computer

    Blind seems to be the hardest word, Ryan Jones from Vispero talks screen reading in the present and future, and a new key is coming to your Windows computer

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

    Welcome back for 2024 0:00
    Episode 263 1:54
    Blind is fine 3:45
    Jonathan Mosen speaks with Ryan Jones,VicePresident, Software Product Management at Vispero 13:20
    Level Access buys Userway 1:15:15
    A new key is coming to your Windows keyboard 1:21:30
    The AI Microsoft DisabilityAnswer Desk 1:29:16
    My favourite podcast app 1:34:50
    Sonos ERA300 versus FIVE 1:36:49
    Looking for a laptop that does audio production 1:40:22
    Making the iPhone Action Button do double duty 1:42:39
    The BonnieBulletin, Yoto, ThinkPads, tablets and terminology 1:45:59
    Closing and contact info 1:59:12

    • 1 ч. 59 мин.
    Create songs with Suno.ai, learning to use Face ID, and reflections on 25 years doing Internet radio

    Create songs with Suno.ai, learning to use Face ID, and reflections on 25 years doing Internet radio

    A reminder that this is the last episode of the current season. We will be publishing again from 28 January 2024.

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

    Welcome to 262 0:00
    Reflecting on a remarkable year for Living Blindfully 4:15
    My 25th anniversary of live Internet broadcasting 7:54
    Drafts working around a serious iOS bug 14:50
    Hearing technology 17:45
    iPhone call volume not being remembered 18:46
    Update on using Salesforce at work 20:42
    Follow-up on switching to Windows for music production 26:00
    Learning to use Face ID 31:45
    Changing the WiFi network on Sonos 48:35
    Making technology available to developing countries 49:52
    Tap to wake, and Be My AI 55:13
    JAWS country license and Marmite 57:19
    A demonstration of Suno.ai 1:04:57
    Amazon Echo users beware of changing your password 1:42:43
    I am getting my first iPad. How do I learn to use it? 1:44:36
    Trouble with the Peacock app 1:49:50
    Closing for 2023 1:55:01

    • 1 ч. 59 мин.
    Castro insists it's not dead, choosing a default notification sound in iOS 17.2, and take control of accessibility overlays with AccessiByeBye

    Castro insists it's not dead, choosing a default notification sound in iOS 17.2, and take control of accessibility overlays with AccessiByeBye

    Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.

    The ---- ------------------------------------ --------------penultimate episode for 2023 0:17
    Welcome to 261 3:19
    Hurry! Voting soon closes in the MushroomFm holiday countdown 6:17
    A big week for Android accessibility 9:27
    Very impressed with the Qardiobase X smartscale 12:28
    Accessible appliances 19:09
    Close, but no cigar 26:04
    Thorium reader 32:03
    Victor Reader Stream 3 33:42
    Ignorant customer service interactions 35:16
    The accessibility of Duolingo is getting worse, and they don't seem to care 37:11
    How do we sign documents? 47:47
    What's the best way to get into ChatGPT? 50:44
    How do I delete folders in Outlook that I no longer need? 52:39
    Aria Mastering 56:15
    All the Light we Cannot See 59:12
    Castro says it's not dead 1:01:01
    Rejoyce! iOS 17.2 lets you set a default notification sound 1:07:24
    A serious bug that has crept into iOS affectingDrafts and other apps 1:11:07
    Demonstration of the updated AccessiByeBye extension from Pneuma Solutions 1:14:13
    Declining Accessibility of Eleven Labs 1:29:37
    The Bonnie Bulletin and the comedy of errors 1:34:38
    Closing and contact info 1:59:01

    • 1 ч. 59 мин.

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