[nabs-l] Convention in Orlando for 5 Years

Anmol Bhatia anmolpbhatia at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 11 19:36:31 UTC 2011


The convention will actually be in Orlando for the next six years.



--- On Mon, 7/11/11, Rachael Vacanti <revacanti at gmail.com> wrote:

> From: Rachael Vacanti <revacanti at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [nabs-l] Convention in Orlando for 5 Years
> To: nabs-l at nfbnet.org
> Date: Monday, July 11, 2011, 2:28 PM
> I agree with Chris and Sherri. 
> I haven't seen the old schedule, but that's
> beside the point.  I flew down Saturday and didn't
> leave until the next
> Saturday.  You think I'd have time for fun
> right?  Wrong.  I didn't get out
> of the hotel once.  I meant to go places, like the
> beach, Citywalk and Bubba
> Gump Shrimp, but I couldn't get there.  Why? 
> Because there were too many
> things to do at convention.  Convention was awesome
> and I had a great time,
> but I really wanted to go out and explore Florida a bit
> more.  I looked at
> the agenda and technically, the first 3 days weren't
> "required".  General
> sessions didn't start until Wendsday.
> 
> One thing I think might also help convention, is if they
> announce the state
> cacus.  I missed mine cause I had only heard about it
> once and I don't think
> he even told me where it was.  The states should get
> them sorted out before
> convention and email their state this is when and where it
> is.  I know that
> not everything can be perfect at a thing like this, but
> they did a very good
> job.  For my first time, it was pretty good.
> 
> Rachael
> 
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> >   1. [Blindtlk] Convention in Orlando
> for 5 years (Chris Nusbaum)
> >   2. Re: question about brail to word
> program? (Chris Nusbaum)
> >   3. Re: [acb-l] polling place access
> issues to this day in mi
> >      (Josh Gregory)
> >   4. Re: question about NLS WebBraille
> (Katie Wang)
> >   5. accessible blog and journal sites
> (bookwormahb at earthlink.net)
> >   6. Re: accessible blog and journal
> sites (Joshua Lester)
> >   7. Re: accessible blog and journal
> sites (bookwormahb at earthlink.net)
> >   8. Thanks for the Help at National
> Convention (Elizabeth)
> >   9. Re: accessible blog and journal
> sites (Joshua Lester)
> >  10. aim problem (Amy Sabo)
> >  11. Re: aim problem (Humberto Avila)
> >  12. iPal for sale (David Andrews)
> >
> >
> >
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 1
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 13:00:41 -0400
> > From: Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com>
> > To: NABS list <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>,
> NFBMD list <nfbmd at nfbnet.org>,
> > NFB
> >        history list <nfb-history at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: [nabs-l] [Blindtlk] Convention in Orlando for
> 5 years
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> format=flowed
> >
> >
> >
> >  ---- Original Message ------
> > From: "Sherri" <flmom2006 at gmail.com
> > Subject: [Blindtlk] Convention in Orlando for 5 years
> > Date sent: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 19:59:44 -0400
> >
> > It was announced at the convention that conventions
> from 2013
> > through 2017
> > will be held in Orlando.  I wish we could extend
> the length of
> > the convention
> > back to how it was and NFB would
> > organize tours for Wednesday afternoon.  That
> way, people could
> > get excited
> > about Orlando and have time to go places.  I
> liked the old
> > schedule much
> > better.  If we are going to keep people here for
> five years in a
> > row, we need
> > to give them ample opportunity to take advantage of
> all there is
> > to do in
> > Orlando.  Besides, I like the banquet the night
> before the last
> > day of
> > convention.
> >
> >
> > Sherri Brun
> > "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making
> other
> > plans." John
> > Lennon
> >
> > Check out http://www.raceforindependence.org/goto/Sherri.Brun
> >
> > E-mail: flmom2006 at gmail.com
> >  NFBF Newsline? chair
> > www.nfbnewsline.org
> > Vice-president NFB Greater Orlando Chapter
> > http://nfbfgoc.org
> > Secretary FDCP INC
> > www.fdcp.org
> > Chair Orange County Disability Advisory Committee
> >
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> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 2
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 13:07:57 -0400
> > From: Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com>
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> >        list<nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] question about brail to word
> program?
> > Message-ID: <4e19dc7c.4f76e50a.0805.ffffb9de at mx.google.com>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1;
> format=flowed
> >
> > You could also join the BrailleNote list, where users
> of the
> > BrailleNote can talk about tips and tricks regarding
> the BN and
> > ask questions when they're having technical
> problems.  Here's the
> > link:
> www.list.humanware.com/mailman/listinfo/braillenote. 
> In
> > the mean time, if you'd like, I can post your question
> to the BN
> > list and forward you any responses off list. 
> Hope this helps!
> >
> >  Chris
> >
> > "A loss of sight, never a loss of vision!" (Camp
> Abilities motto)
> >
> > The I C.A.N.  Foundation helps visually impaired
> youth in
> > Maryland have the ability to confidently say "I can!"
> How? Click
> > on this link to learn more and to contribute:
> > www.icanfoundation.info or like us on Facebook at I
> C.A.N.
> > Foundation.
> >
> >
> >
> >  Sent from my BrailleNote
> >
> >  ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Humberto Avila" <avila.bert.humberto2 at gmail.com
> > To: "'National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list'"
> > <nabs-l at nfbnet.org
> > Date sent: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 22:54:22 -0700
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] question about brail to word
> program?
> >
> > Are you trying to convert the Braille Note native
> format
> > documents into word
> > documents.  If you want to do so, you will have
> to use your
> > Braille note to
> > do it because there is no program that will translate
> and convert
> > Keyword
> > Braille format (kwb) documents into Microsoft word
> (.doc)
> > documents, unless
> > you want to convert you .kwb files into .BRF files,
> and then use
> > a program
> > in your PC to convert .BRF files into .doc files--you
> will need
> > Duxbury
> > Braille translator (which costs about $900 for the
> license if you
> > don't
> > already have it--you can although try it for free but
> some
> > functions will be
> > disabled)
> > I hope this was helpful to you.  Feel free to
> send another
> > message off list
> > if you can and I will give you more instructions--this
> is good
> > practice for
> > me because I will be a teacher of the blind teaching
> assistive
> > technology.
> > Cheers,  Humberto
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org
> > [mailto:nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org]
> On Behalf
> > Of Andi
> > Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2011 5:27 PM
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> > Subject: [nabs-l] question about brail to word
> program?
> >
> > I am sure this is a silly question but I have to
> ask.  I use to
> > use my brail
> >
> > note quite a bit but now I use my laptop more, I was
> wondering if
> > there is a
> >
> > program to change the files from the brail document to
> a word
> > document?
> > Please keep in mind I am not very tech savvy so the
> simpaler to
> > use the
> > better, but I still want it to do a good job. 
> thank you so much
> > for your
> > help.
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: David Andrews
> > Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2011 1:47 PM
> > To: promotion-technology at nfbnet.org
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> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 3
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 14:20:18 -0400
> > From: Josh Gregory <joshkart12 at gmail.com>
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> >        list<nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] [acb-l] polling place access
> issues to this day
> >        in mi
> > Message-ID: <4e19ed7d.907fe50a.6655.ffffc150 at mx.google.com>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1;
> format=flowed
> >
> > Hi,
> > OK, my thoughts.  They are, at the moment, each
> other's
> > competetors/enemies/whatever.  So, at the moment
> anyway, I doubt
> > it.
> > Best,
> > Josh
> >
> > sent from my Apex
> > Email: joshkart12 at gmail.com
> >
> >  ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> > list<nabs-l at nfbnet.org
> > Date sent: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 11:30:00 -0400
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] [acb-l] polling place access
> issues to this
> > day in mi
> >
> > I forwarded this because since the NFB is working to
> ensure
> > accessible voting and was the driving force behind the
> Help
> > America Vote Act (HAVA.) So, we might be able to work
> jointly
> > with ACB on this.  What does
> > everyone think?
> >  Chris
> >
> > "A loss of sight, never a loss of vision!" (Camp
> Abilities motto)
> >
> > The I C.A.N.  Foundation helps visually impaired
> youth in
> > Maryland have the ability to confidently say "I can!"
> How? Click
> > on this link to learn more and to contribute:
> > www.icanfoundation.info or like us on Facebook at I
> C.A.N.
> > Foundation.
> >
> >
> >
> >  Sent from my BrailleNote
> >
> >  ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Joshua Lester <jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> > <nabs-l at nfbnet.org
> > Date sent: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 20:25:02 -0500
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] [acb-l] polling place access
> issues to this
> > day in mi
> >
> > Chris, why are you forwarding stuff from the ACB?
> > Blessings, Joshua
> >
> > On 7/8/11, Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >  Thoughts on this?
> >
> >  Chris
> >
> >  "A loss of sight, never a loss of vision!" (Camp
> Abilities
> > motto)
> >
> >  The I C.A.N.  Foundation helps visually
> impaired youth in
> >  Maryland have the ability to confidently say "I
> can!" How? Click
> >  on this link to learn more and to contribute:
> >  www.icanfoundation.info or like us on Facebook
> at I C.A.N.
> >  Foundation.
> >
> >
> >
> >  Sent from my BrailleNote
> >
> >  ---- Original Message ------
> >  From: "joe harcz Comcast" <joeharcz at comcast.net
> >  Subject: [acb-l] polling place access issues to
> this day in mi
> >  Date sent: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 10:05:31 -0400
> >
> >  A Call to Action ?
> >
> >  Unfinished Business to Ensure Michigan Voters
> with Disabilities
> >  Have Access to the Polls in 2012
> >
> >  A Public Report on
> >  Polling Place
> >
> >  Accessibility in Michigan
> >
> >  Public Report by
> >
> >  Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc.
> >
> >  2011
> >
> >  Acknowledgements
> >
> >  Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service (MPAS)
> is Michigan?
> >  designated agency to advocate and protect the
> legal rights of
> >  persons with disabilities, mandated
> >  by federal and state law.  MPAS receives
> funding from the
> >  Administration on Developmental Disabilities,
> the center for
> >  Mental Health Services ?Substance
> >  Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,
> the
> >  Rehabilitation Services Administration, the
> Social Security
> >  Administration, the State of Michigan
> >  and from private donations.
> >
> >  Funding for this report has been made possible
> through the U.S.
> >  Department of Health and Human Services,
> Administration for
> >  Children and Families, and the
> >  Administration on Developmental
> Disabilities.  The contents are
> >  the sole responsibility of the author and do not
> necessarily
> >  represent the official views
> >  of the U.S.  Department of Health and Human
> Services.
> >
> >  2011 by Michigan Protection and Advocacy
> Service, Inc.  This
> >  publication may be reproduced in part or in its
> entirety for
> >  noncommercial purposes as long
> >  as appropriate credit is given.
> >
> >  Table of Contents
> >
> >  Executive
> >
> >
> Summary..........................................................
>> ...................................................5
> >
> >  Midterm
> >
> >
> Report...........................................................
>> .........................................................6
> >
> >  Michigan? Polling Place Accessibility
> >
> >
> Project..........................................................
> >  .........7
> >
> >  Communicating Accessibility Problems with
> Election
>> Officials......................................10
> >
> >  Next
> >
> >
> Steps............................................................
>> ..............................................................11
> >
> >  In
> >
> >
> Summary..........................................................
>> ..............................................................11
> >
> >  Accessibility Rate Per
> >
> >
> County...........................................................
> >  ................................13
> >
> >  Executive Summary
> >
> >  In Michigan, voters with disabilities face
> obstacles at voting
> >  locations often because their polling place
> lacks physical
> >  accessibility.  The Help America
> >  Vote Act (HAVA) acknowledged the unique
> obstacles faced by
> > voters
> >  with disabilities and authorized funding for the
> federally
> >  mandated Protection and Advocacy
> >  Voting Access programs (PAVA) to help remove
> barriers.
> >  Unfortunately, this vital mandate has been
> targeted for
> >  elimination in the President? proposed
> >  2012 budget.
> >
> >  HAVA charged Michigan Protection and Advocacy
> Service, (MPAS),
> >  and other Protection & Advocacy agencies
> with helping to ensure
> >  the full participation of
> >  individuals with disabilities in the electoral
> process,
> > including
> >  registering to vote, casting a ballot, and
> accessing polling
> >  places.
> >
> >  The PAVA program at MPAS is designed to ensure
> that every
> >  eligible Michigan resident receives equal access
> to their
> > polling
> >  location and has the opportunity
> >  to cast an independent secret ballot.  MPAS
> staff members are on
> >  the ground providing advice, technical
> assistance, and training
> >  to election officials about
> >  voting accessibility across the spectrum of
> disabilities.  The
> >  agency also provides outreach and training to
> voters with
> >  disabilities, poll workers, and
> >  service providers.  MPAS and the Secretary
> of State of Michigan
> >  partnered over the past six years working toward
> this goal,
> > which
> >  has been effective in
> >  increasing physical access to polling locations
> throughout
> >  Michigan.
> >
> >  Voting is a fundamental right protected by the
> United States
> >  Constitution, upheld by the Supreme Court and
> subject to intense
> >  public scrutiny each election
> >  cycle.  Provisions within these protections
> prohibit
> >  discrimination against people with disabilities
> in the electoral
> >  process.  Exercising their Constitutional
> >  right, however, has continued to be a challenge
> for individuals
> >  with disabilities despite changes made to
> federal and state laws
> >  intended to ensure full
> >  participation.
> >
> >  Key Summary
> >
> >  ?     Disability advocates
> have visited 95% (3,457) and
> >  reviewed the exterior of polling locations in
> Michigan.
> >
> >  ?     Upon initial review,
> Michigan Protection and Advocacy
> >  Service found that only 75% of 3,457 Michigan
> polling places
> > were
> >  compliant under the Americans
> >  with Disabilities Act.
> >
> >  ?     After working with
> state and local officials, it is
> >  anticipated that Michigan? accessibility rate
> will be increased
> >  to 90% in 2012.
> >
> >  ?     Of the locations that
> were inaccessible, 60% had one
> >  barrier, 30% had two types of barriers, and 6%
> had three or more
> >  types of barriers.
> >
> >  ?     Only six of the 84
> counties in Michigan were 100%
> >  physically accessible upon initial visit.
> >
> >  ?     MPAS continues to
> receive complaints regarding the
> >  AutoMARK, Michigan? accessible ballot marking
> device.
> >
> >  Michigan has made great strides toward
> accessibility at the
> >  polls.  This report will highlight the
> steps taken to ensure
> > that
> >  all polling locations throughout
> >  Michigan are accessible to voters with
> disabilities.  In
> >  addition, the report will offer recommendations
> for Michigan to
> >  achieve and maintain an accessibility
> >  rate of 100%.
> >
> >  2010 Mid Term Report
> >
> >  Acknowledging widespread irregularity throughout
> the country,
> >  Congress passed the Help America Vote Act (HAVA)
> in 2002.  HAVA
> >  included sweeping legislation
> >  intended to modernize the electoral system for
> all voters,
> >  including those with disabilities.  The
> Help America Vote Act
> >  reinforced the application of
> >  Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act
> and Section 504
> >  of the Rehabilitation Act.  Furthermore, in
> 2004, Michigan
> >  lawmakers amended Michigan election
> >  law (Public Act 92 of 2004) to require the
> removal of physical
> >  barriers at polling locations. 
> Irrespective of both federal and
> >  state law, 25% of Michigan's
> >  voting locations continued to be inaccessible
> for the November
> >  2010 general election.  To achieve an
> all-encompassing voting
> >  standard for the fifty states,
> >  HAVA included two key components for the
> disability community:
> >
> >  ?     All polling places
> must have at least one voting system
> >  which allows all citizens to cast a ballot
> privately and
> >  independently, whether or not one
> >  has a disability.
> >
> >  ?     States must ensure
> accessibility at all public polling
> >  places in a manner compliant with the Americans
> with
> > Disabilities
> >  Act (ADA).
> >
> >  Accessible Voting System
> >
> >  In 2004, the disability community and the
> Michigan Secretary of
> >  State? Bureau of Elections (BOE) carefully
> assessing which
> >  accessible device would best
> >  fit the needs of Michigan voters, and in 2006
> selected the
> >  AutoMARK.  The AutoMARK is an accessible
> ballot marking device
> >  that can be used by all voters
> >  with or without disabilities.
> >
> >  Although every polling location is equipped with
> the AutoMARK,
> >  each municipality is responsible for making sure
> it is set up
> > and
> >  operating properly.  Unfortunately,
> >  MPAS continues to receive complaints about the
> AutoMARK.  Voter
> >  complaints have included the following: 
> the AutoMARK was boxed
> >  up on Election Day, unplugged,
> >  jammed up, turned off, or set up so other voters
> could see the
> >  ?ecret?ballot.  Complaints concerning
> jammed ballots have been
> >  greatly reduced since the
> >  last round of updates were completed. 
> Because the AutoMARK is
> >  used only on Election Day, MPAS relies on voter
> feedback to
> >  correct these kinds of problems.
> >  MPAS continues to monitor and respond to
> complaints as they
> >  arise.
> >
> >  Accessible Polling Places
> >
> >  Under HAVA, the federal government allocated
> money to assist
> > with
> >  the purchase of accessible equipment like the
> AutoMARK, but also
> >  to help municipalities
> >  make their polling places physically
> accessible.  Congress
> >  recognized that in order for people to use the
> accessible voting
> >  machines, the building must
> >  also be accessible so voters can access the
> polling location and
> >  voting equipment.  It is the local election
> officials?
> >  responsibility to make sure all
> >  polling locations are accessible on Election
> Day.  To help cover
> >  the expense for removing barriers at polling
> locations, the
> >  Michigan BOE administers a
> >  grant program called Access for All, under the
> U.S.  Department
> >  of Health and Human Services with funding
> allocated through
> > HAVA,
> >  to help the state comply
> >  with HAVA.  In most circumstances, the
> Access for All grants
> >  cover all costs associated with accessibility
> upgrades for
> >  polling locations.
> >
> >  When Michigan? State Plan to implement
> provisions under HAVA
> > was
> >  initiated in 2004, municipal clerks were
> required to complete an
> >  accessibility checklist
> >  to determine whether or not their locations were
> accessible.
> >  This was one of the state? first attempts to
> gather information
> >  on Michigan? polling place
> >  accessibility.  During this time, MPAS and
> other organizations
> >  were working closely with individual election
> officials on
> >  polling location reviews and
> >  were also training the municipal clerks on the
> accessibility
> >  requirements.  MPAS also spent a
> considerable amount of time
> >  assisting clerks with assessing
> >  the accessibility of their polling locations and
> helping them
> >  apply for Access for All grant money.  MPAS
> found that the
> >  accessibility data provided by
> >  clerks was not, in certain instances, wholly
> reliable.
> >
> >  MPAS brought this to the Bureau of Election?
> (BOE) attention
> > and
> >  shared independent accessibility reviews with
> them.  The BOE has
> >  since increased efforts
> >  to ensure the accuracy of reporting by improving
> communication
> >  and requiring additional documentation from the
> clerks.
> >
> >  In 2008, MPAS started to assess municipal
> polling locations
> >  randomly, without notifying the election
> official in advance.
> >  After compiling this data on
> >  polling locations statewide, the systemic issue
> of
> >  inaccessibility became a heightened
> concern.  Once these
> > concerns
> >  were communicated to the Bureau of
> >  Elections, they backed a new initiative in 2010
> dramatically
> >  increasing their involvement in the advancement
> of polling place
> >  accessibility.
> >
> >  This same year, the federal government began
> reviewing how the
> >  states were spending HAVA funds.  This
> fueled speculation that
> >  the federal government would
> >  eliminate the monies available under HAVA, since
> some states had
> >  not spent their money, rather placing it in an
> account and
> >  allowing the funds to gain
> >  interest.  Concerned that Congress would
> pull the allocated
> > funds
> >  completely, which would prevent municipalities
> from accessing
> >  money to make polling places
> >  accessible, MPAS, along with the Michigan Bureau
> of Elections,
> >  embarked on a project to ensure 100%
> accessibility at all
> >  Michigan polling places.
> >
> >  Michigan? Polling Place Accessibility Project
> >
> >  In 2010, Michigan started building the framework
> of a statewide
> >  plan to reach 100% polling place
> accessibility.  MPAS and the
> >  Bureau of Elections strengthened
> >  their partnership in order to achieve this
> goal.  Within this
> >  plan, MPAS would review the exterior of all
> locations throughout
> >  the state.  Michigan has
> >  approximately 3,600 polling places in
> total.  MPAS had already
> >  gathered information on 530 polling places prior
> to 2010,
> >  therefore, did not revisit those
> >  locations (some were initially accessible and
> others MPAS worked
> >  closely with clerks to improve
> accessibility.  MPAS is still
> >  working with clerks to bring
> >  the remaining 57 of the 530 polling locations
> into compliance).
> >  MPAS was able to visit the remaining 2,927
> polling locations in
> >  2010.
> >
> >  Overall, MPAS conducted on-site reviews of at
> least 95% of the
> >  polling places in Michigan.
> >
> >  The on-site reviews conducted in 2010, exposed
> nearly 25% of the
> >  polling places that remained physically
> inaccessible as required
> >  by the Americans with
> >  Disabilities Accessibility Guidelines.
> >
> >  Of the 3,457 polling locations noted above,
> 2,927 were assessed
> >  between May-August 2010.  Using the ADAAG
> as a benchmark to
> >  determine physical accessibility,
> >  over 800 polling locations within the 2,927
> locations visited,
> >  had physical barriers failing to comply with the
> ADAAG ?
> > barriers
> >  that create potential
> >  difficulties to voters with disabilities on
> Election Day.
> >
> >  Barriers can prevent people with disabilities
> from fully
> >  participating in all aspects of society because
> of their
> >  disability.  This might include
> architectural
> >  barriers, physical barriers, communication
> barriers, attitudinal
> >  barriers, cultural barriers, etc. 
> Throughout this project,
> > MPAS?
> >  reviews focused primarily
> >  on physical and external barriers, which are
> defined as
> > something
> >  material that blocks passage.  Physical
> barriers addressed in
> >  this report include objects
> >  in the environment such as inaccessible doors or
> doorways,
> >  inaccessible elevators or lack thereof,
> inaccessible door
> >  hardware, inaccessible parking, etc.
> >
> >  Among the 2,927 polling locations visited in
> 2010, 28% did not
> >  meet accessibility standards.  Based on
> discussions with the BOE
> >  in 2008, when MPAS completed
> >  the unannounced visits, clerks were not only
> notified with a
> >  letter from MPAS concerning accessibility, but
> they were also
> >  notified by the Bureau of Elections.
> >  MPAS and the BOE required prompt reply about the
> municipalities
> >  plans to meet ADA requirements.  The
> letters contained a
> >  photograph of the problem area(s),
> >  along with the appropriate ADAAG citation. 
> Within a five month
> >  period, letters were sent to over 440
> municipalities concerning
> >  approximately 800 polling
> >  locations.
> >
> >  As shown below, 28% of the polling places
> visited in 2010 had
> >  some type of physical barrier present at the
> time of review.
> >
> >  The following chart highlights the most common
> number of
> > physical
> >  barriers discovered at each location.
> >
> >  A majority of the locations reviewed had only
> one physical
> >  barrier present.  While the largest and
> most frequent problem
> > was
> >  related to parking, the types
> >  of barriers at each location varied as shown in
> the following
> >  chart.
> >
> >  Text Box: Parking Signs: locations that had
> accessible parking
> >  but no signs posted  Parking: 
> locations that had no parking
> >  designated or noncompliant access
> >  aisles  Pathway:  barriers that
> existed between access aisles
> > and
> >  entryway  Entrance:  problems such as
> door width, door
> >  thresholds, door hardware, vestibules,
> >  etc.  Ramps/Curbs: problems with curb cuts,
> ramps, handrails,
> >  thresholds greater than 1 inch, etc.
> >
> >  Communicating Accessibility Problems with
> Election Officials
> >
> >  After completing the on-site reviews, MPAS
> notified municipal
> >  clerks of locations where barriers were
> discovered.  Within a
> >  four-month period, over 440
> >  letters were sent to election officials. 
> By the end of 2010,
> > 88%
> >  of those clerks responded back to MPAS with a
> plan of
> > correction.
> >  In addition, MPAS
> >  provided technical assistance to the election
> officials on how
> > to
> >  improve access to their polling location in
> order to come into
> >  compliance.   Based on
> >  the responses received from clerks, 43% informed
> us they were
> >  would make the changes required; 31% corrected
> the barriers at
> >  the polling locations; 9%
> >  were going to apply for Access for All grant;
> and the remaining
> >  responses varied from clerk using temporary
> equipment.
> >
> >  When a clerk informed MAPS that the work was
> completed, MPAS
> >  required documentation from each clerk proving
> or stating that
> >  the work had been completed,
> >  including photographs and/or copies of purchase
> orders.  A
> >  majority of the clerks responded either with a
> plan of
> > correction
> >  for spring 2011 or with a
> >  statement that the work was completed. 
> MPAS is still waiting
> > for
> >  some clerks to confirm that the work was done
> sufficiently.
> > Once
> >  the removal of barriers
> >  at these locations has been verified, MPAS
> expects Michigan?
> >  polling place accessibility rate to rise to
> nearly 90 % ?--
> >  one of the highest in the nation.
> >  There remains, however, substantial work to be
> completed in the
> >  city of Detroit in order to reach this
> goal.  The remaining 12%
> >  of clerks, who did not respond
> >  to MPAS or the Bureau of Election with a plan of
> correction,
> > will
> >  become a 2011 priority in order to attain 100%
> accessibility.
> >
> >  NEXT STEPS
> >
> >  While the focus of this report has been on
> reaching the 90%
> >  accessibility rate, there would still be
> approximately 10% of
> >  polling locations in Michigan
> >  that are not accessible to all voters. 
> Some clerks disagree
> > with
> >  the findings and MPAS is working with those
> clerks.
> >
> >  In 2011, MPAS will be re-visiting a number of
> polling locations
> >  that are still recorded as being inaccessible,
> breaking them
> > into
> >  three categories: failure
> >  to communicate; work promised but documentation
> still needed;
> > and
> >  locations requiring review by MPAS.
> >
> >  MPAS will focus attention on election officials
> who have failed
> >  to respond to MPAS communication attempts. 
> This may involve
> >  revisiting the location (some
> >  clerks correct the problem even when they fail
> to respond),
> >  attending city council/township meetings, filing
> official HAVA
> >  complaints, and/or pursuing
> >  legal action under different funding
> sources.  MPAS?goal has
> >  always been to educate clerks and assist them
> with improving
> >  access first by proposing solutions
> >  to removing barriers.
> >
> >  In 2011, MPAS will also direct its attention to
> monitoring the
> >  correction plans that election officials have
> submitted to
> > ensure
> >  that barriers are removed.
> >  MPAS will review the remaining 150 polling
> locations that have
> >  not been visited yet.
> >
> >  In Summary
> >
> >  Throughout the 2010 project, the partnership
> between MPAS and
> > the
> >  Michigan Bureau of Elections (BOE) was
> crucial.  The state
> >  reinforced the necessity of
> >  accessible elections.  They followed up
> with each municipality
> >  whose polling place was noted as being
> inaccessible in order to
> >  determine the jurisdiction's
> >  planned course of action.  In addition, the
> BOE coordinated and
> >  extended Michigan's polling place improvement
> grant well into
> > the
> >  fall to assist municipalities
> >  in removing barriers to voting at no cost.
> >
> >  Local election officials can either upgrade
> their polling places
> >  (with or without grant funds), or relocate the
> polling place to
> >  an accessible site.  The
> >  Bureau of Elections reports that due to the 2010
> project, they
> >  have seen a large increase in the number of
> municipalities
> >  applying for grant money.  In
> >  an effort to assist with the project, the BOE
> extended the
> >  typical grant cycle by two months, giving clerks
> additional
> >  opportunity to respond to MPAS?
> >  letter and correct the problem(s) by using grant
> funds.  The
> >  Michigan Bureau of Elections received 74 grant
> applications, the
> >  largest amount ever received
> >  in one grant cycle.  Of those 74 grant
> applications, 66
> >  applicants received letters from MPAS seeking a
> plan of
> >  correction - 89% of those who applied.
> >  A large number of municipalities have pledged to
> apply when the
> >  next grant period opens in early 2011.
> >
> >  If the HAVA/PAVA program survives the President?
> proposed
> > budget
> >  cuts, MPAS looks forward to continuing the
> partnership with the
> >  Secretary of State, ensuring
> >  all elections are accessible to all
> voters.  Additionally, MPAS
> >  encourages clerks to reach out to local
> disability groups for
> >  future trainings.  Listed
> >  below are additional recommendations moving
> forward.
> >
> >  Summary/Recommendations:
> >
> >  ?     Local clerks must be
> required to notify the Bureau of
> >  Elections prior to relocating polling places.
> >
> >  ?     Accessibility checks
> should be completed when clerks
> >  change polling locations, to verify
> accessibility.  Reports
> > (with
> >  photographs) should be submitted
> >  to the Bureau of Elections.
> >
> >  ?     New polling locations
> must be required to adhere to the
> >  Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility
> Guidelines.
> >
> >  ?     The advisory committee
> in charge of amending the State
> >  Plan (under HAVA) should re-convene and identify
> ways to hold
> >  clerks accountable and implement
> >  model oversight programs.
> >
> >  ?     Access for All grant
> money should be available
> > throughout
> >  the year, so accessibility problems can be
> addressed anytime
> > they
> >  arise.
> >
> >  ?     The Bureau of
> Elections and local clerks should continue
> >  working with disability advocacy organizations
> to complete
> >  year-round polling place accessibility
> >  audits and training to clerks.
> >
> >  Accessibility Rate by County
> >
> >  Table with 9 columns and 85 rows
> >
> >  County
> >
> >  Polling Locations
> >
> >  Visited
> >
> >  Accessible
> >
> >  Barriers Discovered
> >
> >  Percent Visited
> >
> >  % Accessible of those Visited
> >
> >  Now Complete
> >
> >  % Now Accessible
> >
> >  Alcona
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  Alger
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  50%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Allegan
> >
> >  37
> >
> >  37
> >
> >  35
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  97%
> >
> >  Alpena
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  53%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  60%
> >
> >  Antrim
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  60%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  73%
> >
> >  Arenac
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  Baraga
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  17%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  33%
> >
> >  Barry
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  83%
> >
> >  Bay
> >
> >  49
> >
> >  48
> >
> >  36
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  98%
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  Benzie
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  46%
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  Berrien
> >
> >  57
> >
> >  57
> >
> >  43
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Branch
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  53%
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  88%
> >
> >  Calhoun
> >
> >  46
> >
> >  43
> >
> >  34
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  79%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  Cass
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  Charlevoix
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  69%
> >
> >  Cheboygan
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  Chippewa
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  72%
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  Clare
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  84%
> >
> >  81%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  Clinton
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  26
> >
> >  24
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  Crawford
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  Delta
> >
> >  21
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  55%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  60%
> >
> >  Dickinson
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  40%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  73%
> >
> >  Eaton
> >
> >  36
> >
> >  36
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  83%
> >
> >  Emmet
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Genesee
> >
> >  119
> >
> >  109
> >
> >  84
> >
> >  25
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  79%
> >
> >  Gladwin
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  65%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  Gogebic
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  90%
> >
> >  Grand Traverse
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  27
> >
> >  27
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Gratiot
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  Hillsdale
> >
> >  21
> >
> >  21
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  57%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  Houghton
> >
> >  31
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  41%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  64%
> >
> >  Huron
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  29
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  97%
> >
> >  62%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  79%
> >
> >  Ingham
> >
> >  95
> >
> >  81
> >
> >  78
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  85%
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  Ionia
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  82%
> >
> >  Iosco
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Iron
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  50%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  Isabella
> >
> >  25
> >
> >  25
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  76%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  80%
> >
> >  Jackson
> >
> >  47
> >
> >  45
> >
> >  34
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  76%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  80%
> >
> >  Kalamazoo
> >
> >  97
> >
> >  97
> >
> >  79
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  81%
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Kalkaska
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  Kent
> >
> >  209
> >
> >  207
> >
> >  174
> >
> >  33
> >
> >  99%
> >
> >  84%
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Keweenaw
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  80%
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Lake
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  53%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  Lapeer
> >
> >  24
> >
> >  24
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  83%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  Leelanau
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  62%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  69%
> >
> >  Lenawee
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  90%
> >
> >  Livingston
> >
> >  48
> >
> >  45
> >
> >  35
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  Luce
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  Mackinac
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  50%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  60%
> >
> >  Macomb
> >
> >  235
> >
> >  233
> >
> >  188
> >
> >  45
> >
> >  99%
> >
> >  81%
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  88%
> >
> >  Manistee
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  73%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  Marquette
> >
> >  29
> >
> >  29
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  13
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  55%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  59%
> >
> >  Mason
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  15
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  65%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  Mecosta
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  82%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  Menominee
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  88%
> >
> >  57%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  57%
> >
> >  Midland
> >
> >  38
> >
> >  29
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  76%
> >
> >  76%
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  90%
> >
> >  Missaukee
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  82%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Monroe
> >
> >  42
> >
> >  36
> >
> >  27
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Montcalm
> >
> >  26
> >
> >  25
> >
> >  21
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  84%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  Montmorency
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Muskegon
> >
> >  72
> >
> >  71
> >
> >  68
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  99%
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  99%
> >
> >  Newaygo
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  79%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Oakland
> >
> >  410
> >
> >  380
> >
> >  292
> >
> >  88
> >
> >  93%
> >
> >  77%
> >
> >  46
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Oceana
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  Ogemaw
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  Ontonagon
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  30%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  30%
> >
> >  Osceola
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  18
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  78%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  89%
> >
> >  Oscoda
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  83%
> >
> >  Otsego
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  7
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  90%
> >
> >  Ottawa
> >
> >  88
> >
> >  88
> >
> >  79
> >
> >  9
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  90%
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  95%
> >
> >  Presque Isle
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  81%
> >
> >  Roscommon
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  11
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  Saginaw
> >
> >  75
> >
> >  75
> >
> >  61
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  81%
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  Sanilac
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  26
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  87%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  97%
> >
> >  Schoolcraft
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  60%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  80%
> >
> >  Shiawassee
> >
> >  27
> >
> >  27
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  10
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  74%
> >
> >  St.  Clair
> >
> >  52
> >
> >  48
> >
> >  44
> >
> >  4
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  92%
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  98%
> >
> >  St.  Joseph
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  17
> >
> >  12
> >
> >  5
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  71%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  82%
> >
> >  Tuscola
> >
> >  25
> >
> >  24
> >
> >  16
> >
> >  8
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  67%
> >
> >  2
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  Van Buren
> >
> >  23
> >
> >  22
> >
> >  19
> >
> >  3
> >
> >  96%
> >
> >  86%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  91%
> >
> >  Washtenaw
> >
> >  106
> >
> >  100
> >
> >  70
> >
> >  30
> >
> >  94%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  0
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  Wayne
> >
> >  568
> >
> >  519
> >
> >  325
> >
> >  194
> >
> >  91%
> >
> >  63%
> >
> >  28
> >
> >  68%
> >
> >  Wexford
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  20
> >
> >  14
> >
> >  6
> >
> >  100%
> >
> >  70%
> >
> >  1
> >
> >  75%
> >
> >  Total
> >
> >  3635
> >
> >  3457
> >
> >  2579
> >
> >  878
> >
> >  95.10%
> >
> >  74.60%
> >
> >  289
> >
> >  83%
> >
> >  table end
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 4
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 15:01:14 -0400
> > From: Katie Wang <bunnykatie6 at gmail.com>
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] question about NLS WebBraille
> > Message-ID:
> >       
> <CA+6VNgMyPtC8awLRoQhU091dof4rjGOiFVS4bBx+gsDuOzYY5w at mail.gmail.com
> > >
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> >
> >  Chris, there is no Download button on Web
> Braille. Instead, when you
> > are taken to the book itself, just press Space with s
> on your Braille
> > Note and you will be prompted for where you would like
> to save the
> > file and what you would like to name it. NLS saves
> each braille volume
> > of a book in a separate file, so you will have to do
> this multiple
> > times if you are dealing with a book that is in more
> than one volume.
> > I have been a Web Braille user for many years and find
> it a great
> > resource, although I have come to rely on Bookshare
> more in the past
> > few years for pleasure reading since it has a much
> larger, more
> > current collection.
> >  Lea, I don't think you are doing anything wrong
> on your end-- It
> > might be a NLS database issue. I would suggest
> contacting your state
> > NLS library again and see if they can get you
> some  sort of technical
> > support contact info. Someone from the central program
> that
> > administers the Web Braille service might need to look
> into your
> > situation.
> >  Hope this helps!
> >   Katie
> >
> >
> > On 7/10/11, Lea williams <leanicole1988 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > > I tried to sing up with this sight and when I log
> in it says my user
> > > name and password is wrong. I have called and
> gotten it changed three
> > > times and it still says it. wonder what I am
> doing wrong.
> > >
> > > On 7/9/11, Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > >> Hi all,
> > >>
> > >> I have a question for all you NLS Web Braille
> users! I recently
> > >> registered for WebBraille, and am looking
> forward to all it has
> > >> to offer.  But I do have this question:
> when I click on a link
> > >> for a book, where can I find a link, button,
> or something where I
> > >> can download the BRF file(s) onto my
> BrailleNote? I tried to
> > >> download Walking Alone and Marching Together
> last night, and when
> > >> I clicked on the link, it put me into the
> actual book to read
> > >> online, but I wanted to download the book to
> read it in my
> > >> BrailleNote's book reader at a later
> date.  How can I do this?
> > >> Thanks!
> > >>
> > >> Chris
> > >>
> > >> "A loss of sight, never a loss of vision!"
> (Camp Abilities motto)
> > >>
> > >> The I C.A.N.  Foundation helps visually
> impaired youth in
> > >> Maryland have the ability to confidently say
> "I can!" How? Click
> > >> on this link to learn more and to
> contribute:
> > >> www.icanfoundation.info or like us on
> Facebook at I C.A.N.
> > >> Foundation.
> > >>
> > >> Sent from my BrailleNote
> > >>
> > >>
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> > >>
> > >
> > >
> > > --
> > > Lea Williams
> > >
> > > Phone;
> > > 704-732-4470
> > > Skipe;
> > > Lea.williams738
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> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 5
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 20:46:14 -0400
> > From: <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> > To: "National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list"
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal sites
> > Message-ID:
> <B4037C3F7D6A496095F21D0D96442BCF at OwnerPC>
> > Content-Type: text/plain;   
>    charset="utf-8"
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I?m interested in starting a blog or maybe more than
> one blog.
> > So what accessible sites are there?  Do bloggers
> generally write first
> > person stories, or about things they see that are more
> objective?
> > Any of you have a blog?  How often do you update
> it?  Is it possible to
> > upload photos to it to go along with your story? Or
> maybe you need sighted
> > help to post photos?
> > What about audio? What format do audio clips need to
> be in?
> > Can you have more than one blog on the same site? Can
> > you write as much as you want or is there a word
> limit?
> > I enjoy writing and I?d like to share with friends and
> family. I figured
> > blogging would be a neat way to write stories about
> myself, life and my
> > opinions on things like books, technology, and
> religion.
> >
> > What site can you write like a journal about
> yourself?
> >
> >
> > Thanks.
> > Ashley
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 6
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 19:50:08 -0500
> > From: Joshua Lester <jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu>
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal
> sites
> > Message-ID:
> >        <CAO83KOvcw3DpL1u2R9+g_RvWhXLH2gmZrbgwOouBK5VD3jm5RQ at mail.gmail.com
> > >
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
> >
> > Ashley:
> > Why not start an accessible forum, online, for blind
> people?
> > I've found an accessible one.
> > V Bulletin, is quite accessible, with an audio
> captcha, (if they still have
> > it.)
> > To see 2 forums, from V Bulletin, here are some
> examples.
> > www.apostolicfriendsforum.com, and
> www.goodnewscafe.net.
> > Blessings, Joshua
> >
> > On 7/10/11, bookwormahb at earthlink.net
> <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > I?m interested in starting a blog or maybe more
> than one blog.
> > > So what accessible sites are there?  Do
> bloggers generally write first
> > > person stories, or about things they see that are
> more objective?
> > > Any of you have a blog?  How often do you
> update it?  Is it possible to
> > > upload photos to it to go along with your story?
> Or maybe you need
> > sighted
> > > help to post photos?
> > > What about audio? What format do audio clips need
> to be in?
> > > Can you have more than one blog on the same site?
> Can
> > > you write as much as you want or is there a word
> limit?
> > > I enjoy writing and I?d like to share with
> friends and family. I figured
> > > blogging would be a neat way to write stories
> about myself, life and my
> > > opinions on things like books, technology, and
> religion.
> > >
> > > What site can you write like a journal about
> yourself?
> > >
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > > Ashley
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> > >
> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 7
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 21:42:30 -0400
> > From: <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> > To: "National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list"
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal
> sites
> > Message-ID:
> <AF7D2C5148FE4AC39D1C45AA2B6941EB at OwnerPC>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed;
> charset="Windows-1252";
> >        reply-type=original
> >
> > Joshua,
> > What is a forum like? Isn't that for a group of people
> to discuss something
> > common?
> > Is that how a forum differs from a blog?
> > This would be a good idea if  I had several
> people interested in a forum.
> > I'll see about it. I have a beep ball team and that
> was one of the things I
> > wanted to blog about. But yes if more people want to
> post online, I'd like
> > the idea of a forum. A blog would be more for my
> writings, if I do it.
> >
> > I'll check those links out and I'm glad to know they
> are accessible.
> >
> > Ashley
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Joshua Lester
> > Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2011 8:50 PM
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal
> sites
> >
> > Ashley:
> > Why not start an accessible forum, online, for blind
> people?
> > I've found an accessible one.
> > V Bulletin, is quite accessible, with an audio
> captcha, (if they still have
> > it.)
> > To see 2 forums, from V Bulletin, here are some
> examples.
> > www.apostolicfriendsforum.com, and
> www.goodnewscafe.net.
> > Blessings, Joshua
> >
> > On 7/10/11, bookwormahb at earthlink.net
> <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > I?m interested in starting a blog or maybe more
> than one blog.
> > > So what accessible sites are there?  Do
> bloggers generally write first
> > > person stories, or about things they see that are
> more objective?
> > > Any of you have a blog?  How often do you
> update it?  Is it possible to
> > > upload photos to it to go along with your story?
> Or maybe you need
> > sighted
> > > help to post photos?
> > > What about audio? What format do audio clips need
> to be in?
> > > Can you have more than one blog on the same site?
> Can
> > > you write as much as you want or is there a word
> limit?
> > > I enjoy writing and I?d like to share with
> friends and family. I figured
> > > blogging would be a neat way to write stories
> about myself, life and my
> > > opinions on things like books, technology, and
> religion.
> > >
> > > What site can you write like a journal about
> yourself?
> > >
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > > Ashley
> > > _______________________________________________
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> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 8
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 21:52:18 -0400
> > From: Elizabeth <lizmohnke at hotmail.com>
> > To: <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: [nabs-l] Thanks for the Help at National
> Convention
> > Message-ID: <COL118-W1316868A320E5058F0232FBA450 at phx.gbl>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> >
> >
> > Hello All,
> >
> > I have done my best to thank everyone individually for
> the help they have
> > provided me over the past week. However, I thought I
> would also send out a
> > general message to thank anyone I may have missed
> along the way. My
> > convention may not have gone the way I wanted it to
> go, but it was exactly
> > what I needed for reasons I am not willing to share on
> such a public email
> > list.
> >
> > Since the last time I checked the messages on this
> list was before
> > convention, it is quite possible that someone may have
> already said what
> > happened, or at least their version of the story.
> However, I have already
> > shared my version of the story about a million times
> by now, so if you are
> > curious as to what happened, you will just have to
> wait for another time.
> >
> > The bottom line is that I am going to be just fine. I
> just wanted to show
> > my appreciation to those who may have helped me along
> the way.
> >
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Elizabeth
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 9
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 21:22:03 -0500
> > From: Joshua Lester <jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu>
> > To: National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal
> sites
> > Message-ID:
> >       
> <CAO83KOviXamrW81HF9NX+T4LZ7M9pU3mnTrmuGYO794JtGARSg at mail.gmail.com
> > >
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
> >
> > Yes.
> > Are you familiar with the beap baseball?
> > I just heard about it, on the DJD Invasion.
> > Blessings, Joshua
> >
> > On 7/10/11, bookwormahb at earthlink.net
> <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> wrote:
> > > Joshua,
> > > What is a forum like? Isn't that for a group of
> people to discuss
> > something
> > > common?
> > > Is that how a forum differs from a blog?
> > > This would be a good idea if  I had several
> people interested in a forum.
> > > I'll see about it. I have a beep ball team and
> that was one of the things
> > I
> > > wanted to blog about. But yes if more people want
> to post online, I'd
> > like
> > > the idea of a forum. A blog would be more for my
> writings, if I do it.
> > >
> > > I'll check those links out and I'm glad to know
> they are accessible.
> > >
> > > Ashley
> > >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Joshua Lester
> > > Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2011 8:50 PM
> > > To: National Association of Blind Students
> mailing list
> > > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessible blog and journal
> sites
> > >
> > > Ashley:
> > > Why not start an accessible forum, online, for
> blind people?
> > > I've found an accessible one.
> > > V Bulletin, is quite accessible, with an audio
> captcha, (if they still
> > have
> > > it.)
> > > To see 2 forums, from V Bulletin, here are some
> examples.
> > > www.apostolicfriendsforum.com, and
> www.goodnewscafe.net.
> > > Blessings, Joshua
> > >
> > > On 7/10/11, bookwormahb at earthlink.net
> <bookwormahb at earthlink.net>
> wrote:
> > >> Hi all,
> > >>
> > >> I?m interested in starting a blog or maybe
> more than one blog.
> > >> So what accessible sites are there?  Do
> bloggers generally write first
> > >> person stories, or about things they see that
> are more objective?
> > >> Any of you have a blog?  How often do
> you update it?  Is it possible to
> > >> upload photos to it to go along with your
> story? Or maybe you need
> > sighted
> > >> help to post photos?
> > >> What about audio? What format do audio clips
> need to be in?
> > >> Can you have more than one blog on the same
> site? Can
> > >> you write as much as you want or is there a
> word limit?
> > >> I enjoy writing and I?d like to share with
> friends and family. I figured
> > >> blogging would be a neat way to write stories
> about myself, life and my
> > >> opinions on things like books, technology,
> and religion.
> > >>
> > >> What site can you write like a journal about
> yourself?
> > >>
> > >>
> > >> Thanks.
> > >> Ashley
> > >>
> _______________________________________________
> > >> nabs-l mailing list
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> > >>
> > >
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> > >
> > >
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> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 10
> > Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 04:50:20 +0000 (UTC)
> > From: Amy Sabo <amylsabo at comcast.net>
> > To: "BLIND STUDENTS, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF" <NABS-L at NFBNET.ORG>,
> >        "OF BLIND STUDENTS,
> COLORADO ASSOCIATION" <CABS at NFBNET.ORG>
> > Subject: [nabs-l] aim problem
> > Message-ID:
> >        <
> > 1760385386.319978.1310359820794.JavaMail.root at sz0144a.emeryville.ca.mail.comcast.net
> > >
> >
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> >
> > hello all,
> >
> > i hope that you are all doing well. i'm having
> problems with the latest
> > version of aim. i have tried tabbing to all of the
> features on it to change
> > the settings on it but, jfw won't let me do that. is
> there a way in where i
> > can access aim with jfw? are there speciall scripts
> for jfw that i can use?
> >
> > thanks again and, i will talk to you all soon!
> >
> >
> > hugs,
> > amy
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 11
> > Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 23:35:34 -0700
> > From: "Humberto Avila" <avila.bert.humberto2 at gmail.com>
> > To: "'National Association of Blind Students mailing
> list'"
> >        <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
> > Subject: Re: [nabs-l] aim problem
> > Message-ID:
> <0FCAE1D24B6A42BD8B6BF6FDF4002DEE at HumbertoAvila>
> > Content-Type: text/plain;   
>    charset="us-ascii"
> >
> > The last thing I heard about AOL Instant Messenger
> (AIM) was about 2 years
> > ago on a podcast about JAWS and instant messaging (by
> the way, it was the
> > FS
> > cast). Maybe they have updated the software and now it
> is inaccessible with
> > JAWS? I don't know...but, what version of JAWS are you
> using? Which
> > operating system? Which version of aim?
> > Cheers,  Humberto
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org
> [mailto:nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org]
> On
> > Behalf
> > Of Amy Sabo
> > Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2011 9:50 PM
> > To: BLIND STUDENTS, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF; OF BLIND
> STUDENTS, COLORADO
> > ASSOCIATION
> > Subject: [nabs-l] aim problem
> >
> > hello all,
> >
> > i hope that you are all doing well. i'm having
> problems with the latest
> > version of aim. i have tried tabbing to all of the
> features on it to change
> > the settings on it but, jfw won't let me do that. is
> there a way in where i
> > can access aim with jfw? are there speciall scripts
> for jfw that i can use?
> >
> > thanks again and, i will talk to you all soon!
> >
> >
> > hugs,
> > amy
> > _______________________________________________
> > nabs-l mailing list
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> > http://www.nfbnet.org/mailman/options/nabs-l_nfbnet.org/avila.bert.humberto2
> > %40gmail.com
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 12
> > Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 07:50:05 -0500
> > From: David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com>
> > To: david.andrews at nfbnet.org
> > Subject: [nabs-l] iPal for sale
> > Message-ID: <auto-000019992102 at mailfront3.g2host.com>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii";
> format=flowed
> >
> >
> > >
> > >Eye Pal for sale. $1299
> > >I can be contacted via email at mbrianwooten at gmail.com
> > >Thanks,
> > >
> > >Brian
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
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