[Nfbc-info] Fwd: RiVO for iPhone VoiceOver is now available in 20 languages
anitaogletree at icloud.com
Thu Sep 11 04:56:07 UTC 2014
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> On Sep 10, 2014, at 9:00 PM, Chela Robles via Nfbc-info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Yeah I would not pay that much either but thought I'd still pass along in case anyone wanted to know about it for informational purposes. Sorry. I thought I did the right thing...apparently, not...
> Teachers have a sacred task:
> It is to give children the skills to understand the world and an expectation that the world is a trustworthy place; that it is full of light, and love, and music and that each student deserves--and will have--their own place in it and the chance to play their own song.
> And, as much of these expectations are transmitted non-verbally—and in Chela’s case--out of sight…it is the voice and touch of a Teacher that sheds light on what the world can be.
> Academics—and no one will ever change my mind on this—take a distant second place. —Former Orientation & Mobility Instructor Dr. Bil Hawkins
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>> On 9/10/2014 6:06 PM, David Sexton via Nfbc-info wrote:
>> Why on earth would I want to buy a bluetooth keyboard for $129 when I can get one for $20?
>> I am sick and tired of products being super expensive simply because they are somehow specially adapted.
>> With 90% of blind people living in developing countries, isn't it time that useful technology was made available at cost price? Or, at the very least, the hardware and software plans released so that others can improve upon the design and make things more accessible to the millions who are left behind by all the expensive gadgets.
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If I cannot afford it I don't buy. Personally, I appreciate hearing about new products.
Thanks for sharing the information.
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