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ReadHear Makes Accessible Electronic Books Available for the Macintosh and PC

ReadHear is software that allows books in DAISY Consortium.

">DAISY format from Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) to be accessed from a Macintosh or Windows computer. RFB&D members can get one copy of the software at no charge.

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Search for AAC Devices

Speechbubble offers interesting ways to search for the right AAC device.  Although it's based in the UK and only covers devices available there, there is a lot of overlap with the US market.

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Kindle 3 and Blind Access

Version 3 of Amazon's Kindle e-reader was released in late August 2010. Larry Wagner's article talks about the accessibility of this new model to blind users, and provides some usage tips.

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