The news for the week might be a little lighter, however, that just allowed us to have more time to spend with our friends from mystic Access on all their various projects. A tip, "Sound Off" and the infamous "Last Word" round out this week's offerings. So sit back and relax while our BB Qast Team takes you on another A.T.journey of the mind. Oh, and don't forget you can do so using Google Play Music for Android or via the web.In The News":NVDA Con: It's Everywhere and Bigger than everNVDA Basic Training announcedWebvisum CAPTCHA Solver returns to FirefoxReview: Which is it: the iPhone SE or iPhone 6S?The April 2016 edition of Access World features a few articles from some voices you may have heard on the BB QastAustralia's ABC Seeks Feedback on their Audio Description PilotInterview: Mystic AccessDirector of product Development Kim Loftis and Founder Chris Grabowski stop by to talk with J.J. about the Amazon Echo, VoiceDream Reader and a few other training products related to Assistive Technology. Tip:J.J. demonstrates Google Play Music and how you can use it to listen to this very podcast.Sound Off:First some comments on Scott's iPhone SE article:@mcourcel:Great overview. I've also been tempted to go for the SE because of its smaller size. darknexus:I like the size but, after getting used to 3d touch, I don't want to give it up and I suspect the SE would be a massive downgrade in battery from my 6S Plus.Here's an Email from Jan Brown:I love the year of Braille.
I am glad to be confused about braille displays. I want a display but want to be able to write with it and even jot down a number or two.
I want something I can plug in to charge so my batteries won't die just at a point in a novel when something really exciting is happening, or if I am composing a document, I do not want to be forced to stop while I search for more rechargeable batteries.
I sometimes think I'm the only one who loves the baby iPad pro.
I ordered it, and have it and really like it. I got the 128 gig cellular model because I could. I would like to be able to write on glass and so far, iBrailler notes feels easier than iOS braille. I know this may change from day to day.
I hope braille displays do not continue to emphasize reading over writing.
Yes, we can write with any number of things, but as long as we have braille displays to read with, we may as well use the same product to write.
I don't know that the ability to write greatly increases the cost of the already expensive displays. I am thrilled to get a personal demonstration of the Vario Ultra next week.
So, braille And from Twitter:@LiliGh: we have an event for the blind in Copenhagen soon, do you have a contact?We adore invites of all kinds. While those of us in the United States might not be able to make the event, we know others out there who just might be in the neighborhood. So send along those events because we enjoy promoting arenas of access for all. Last Word:3 new flavors of M&Ms are kind of nutty
McDonalds sets limits on the unlimitedEpisode 60 sees us going back into space for another hardware review. This time it is another Galaxy. And no, there will not be any recordings in or near water. or at least we hope not.