iLife Online Event A Huge Success, Well Attended And Informative
Leanne from New Jersey wanted to know what it means when Siri can’t answer questions. Lynn from Pennsylvania does not like the calendar app, and asked about
tips to make the experience easier.
These and a number of other questions were addressed during Fedora Outlier’s first iLife Online Event Changes In iOS7, held on Wednesday evening, October 2nd. If you missed it, or if you were there, a replay of the event in its entirety is available for you to listen at your leisure. You will find a complete list of the questions covered, as well as the link to replay the event, at http://www.fedoraoutlier.com/changes-ios7/
This week’s Roundup includes stories about iOS technology, apps that make our life easier, events, and stories about people and their triumphs over blindness. It’s time to grab that favorite beverage, get comfy, and indulge in some really incredible content.
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Using your finger as a speaker…sounds a little futuristic, doesn’t it? Well, it is a real “now” research. It can also be used with multiple people as long as they are touching. One person holds a device. That person puts a finger to the ear of the person at the other side. Sounds like the old game “gossip”
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In celebration of the upcoming release of iOS 7 Fedora Outlier LLC has updated its “the Old Hat Guide to iPhone Accessibility” to reflect the new changes and are thrilled to offer it to you for $4.99 when you pre-order on or before October 15!
In this updated edition you will find lots more videos, iOS7 specific tips and tricks and more!
Dont waste another minute, follow the link below and get your hands on a copy of The Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS7 Edition and pay only $4.99 when you pre-order on or before October 15!
Pre-Order The Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS7 Edition
June 12, 2013
You are a hero, whether you know it or not. Sure, you may think you lead a rather ordinary life, but the things you do and the ways you’re impacting the lives of people with disabilities are extraordinary.
The Delivering Access podcast is a shrine to these professionals, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and evangelists who, with each and every day, are doing their part to help individuals achieve the impossible.
Our host, VaShaun Jones, a blind entrepreneur and the Managing Partner of Fedora Outlier, LLC, takes a deep dive into what motivates these life-changers to radically redefine the lives of so many with their businesses, their leadership and their vision. We explore why they do what they do, how they do it and ways you can apply their insight to your very own process and platform.
Fedora Outlier LLC is Looking for Movers and Shakers in the Disability Community to Guest on its “Delivering Access podcast” full article