On this issue of SeroSpectives, Lisa Salinger is joined by Alena Roberts, a private contractor and feature writer for the Matilda Ziegler Magazine, Michael McCarty, Director of Social Media at The American Printing House for the Blind, and Serotek’s own Mike Calvo to discuss the top stories in technology for November, 2011.
In the Community
A user has modified Qwitter 4.5.1 to use the new API, so it can now receive direct messages and mentions streaming.
Another Qwitter spin-off: The Qube
Kudos to Qwitter, the program that proves once and for all, that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
If you use Braille with your iPhone, iPad or iPod, there’s a Braille User Group on AppleVis to connect with others
http://t.co/sLF5LZ3yUpdated information on obtaining a refund for inaccessible iOS apps
http://t.co/xIiJa3VPA Comprehensive Audio Demonstration of Siri
http://t.co/3R4YBdKWMicrosoft Internet Explorer 10 to add spell checking, auto-correct
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Serospectives: This Month in Assistive Technology for November, 2011
Thu, 01 Dec 2011 22:12:03 GMT