Foundation (Still) Fighting Blindness

July 2, 2014

Becca and I recently returned from the foot of the Rocky Mountains no worse for wear after another rousing Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB) VISIONS conference. Given that this was my seventh one in a row, I thought this would be the one in which I could control my emotions. Well, that idea went out the […]

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Mouse-oholics Anonymous – Please Step Forward

June 25, 2014

Besides normal typing, are you afraid of your keyboard? Did someone have to point out the home key bumps for you? Do you lean over to search for numbers and other uncommonly used keys? Do you pretend that the Windows key doesn’t exist? Do you think you can bypass all productivity issues with a touch […]

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Early Memories of the Web

June 17, 2014

On one of my many adventures to Philadelphia last year for my stem cell trial appointments, I stopped into meet David Goldfield at the Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ASB). David is a talented Assistive Technology Instructor and he also hosts an online meeting for his local computer user group. If you’re […]

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VISIONS 2014 in the Mile High City

June 11, 2014

Becca and I will be exhibiting at the Foundation Fighting Blindness VISIONS 2014 conference in Denver next week. Hands down, this is our favorite conference and what a bonus to have the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop for this always eye-opening event. If you’re attending, please stop by booth number 13 and say hello; it’s […]

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Contrasting Information on “High Contrast” Podcast

June 4, 2014

In the latest “High Contrast” podcast, Byron Lee and I shared our experience using Solo-Dx’s Movie Reading App while watching “Philomena” at our respective local movie theaters. Since the theater here in Manchester has no audio descriptive equipment of its own, it was a new and wonderful experience for me to hear key details, action, […]

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ZoomText Mac Tips & Tricks – Additional Human Sounding Voices

May 28, 2014

In a recent ZoomText Mac update, we added three brand new speech features in the product. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to try them out!  If you had, you might be wondering how to change the voice used. The great news is that there are a number of human sounding voices built right into the […]

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ZoomText Mac – Introducing ZoomText News

May 22, 2014

Ai Squared is pleased to announce a free ZoomText Mac update (1.1.1) which includes a brand new feature called ZoomText News! ZoomText News is a great way to stay informed with the latest product news, special offers, and any other communications from Ai Squared. A friendly alert window will automatically display news stories when you […]

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“Spirit to Soar”

May 13, 2014

Last weekend, I caught one of ESPNs “SC Featured” showcases, where they talk about athletes overcoming obstacles to achieve success. This one piqued my interest, more so after the recent news of our merger with GW Micro, as we are now not only serving those with low vision, but the blind community as well. Charlotte Brown […]

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ZoomText Mac WebReader – A Revolutionary Way to Read on the Web!

May 9, 2014

When it comes to reading information on the web, just getting to the content you’re interested in can be difficult. This is why we developed WebReader in ZoomText Mac! This short video will show you just how quickly and easily you can begin reading content from webpage articles. With a single click, or the press […]

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Living in and Loving the Blur

May 6, 2014

We’re pleased to introduce guest blogger, Spencer Blohm. Spencer is a freelance entertainment, pop culture, and music blogger who found our Zoomed In blog because he was searching for more information about musician Grace Potter and her visual impairment. Spencer was fascinated that a musician whose job usually involves reading sheet music was able to […]

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