Why don’t the worlds of mainstream tech and accessibility tech ever seem to collide? Shelly, who keeps one foot in each, wants to know. She and her guests from both worlds chew over the news and trends of the day, mixing in an accessibility perspective. Hosted by Shelly Brisbin.
It All Comes Down to Cats
A platform that first entered many people's consciousness as the social network for teens and younger has become a place many creators and viewers find joy, and respite from some of the more toxic aspects of social media. We're talking TikTok.
Welcome to the Clubhouse
Clubhouse is the latest buzzy social network. Some call it "talk radio," some say it could replace podcasts, and some are just trying to have an accessible experience. This episode was recorded inside Clubhouse with guests who are learning their way.
Like a Friend Sitting on My Shoulder
Seeing AI, an app for iOS that provides AI-driven information to users with blindness and low vision, debuted to rapturous reviews in 2017. Today we're talking about how the newest version of the app uses the iPhone's LIDAR sensor.
CES: In These Virtual Times
What's it like to cover the biggest tech trade show of the year when it's virtual? We talk with Daily Tech News Show's Tom Merritt about how he did it, what he saw, and what he hopes for the next time CES rolls around.
What Do Jazz Hands Look Like?
Audio description is a one-directional process, where the describer explains and the listener consumes. But what if you could make the relationship more dynamic, giving the AD consumer a way to ask questions? Meet the hosts of Talk Description to Me.
Getting Productivity Done
For many, Getting Things Done provides structure and a method for productivity. Your host is a stranger in this land, having used her own methods and tools to manage time and projects. My guests explain how a systematic approach has improved their lives.
Great Podcast Mixing Mainstream Tech w/Accessibility
I love that Shelly has created a great podcast about tech but with accessibility for all alongside. I just finished listening to the episode (#2) about audio description and learned a lot. Netflix deserves kudos for making all their new content with audio description built in—wish that all companies would do this (Hulu, pay attention!).