A Big salute to the entire Accessibility Experience Team formally at Twitter.
As part of the takeover at Twitter and all the layoffs, the entire Accessibility Experience Team at Twitter has been laid off. Accessibility Experience Team Manager, Gerard Koen, released a twitter thread acknowledging the members of the Accessibility Experience Team, the work they did and is looking forward to working on accessibility for future companies. We play a voice over rendition of his Twitter thread posted the other day.
In this episode of Tech Abilities the team, and no, Serina has not been laid off, comes together in the Blind Abilities Studio to talk about resources for general knowledge and learning on an everyday basis along with the latest news and tech tidbits from a Blindness perspective.
Here are the topics and some links from the show:
- Wow, Twitter, Hmm.
- Learning – Where do we get our knowledge?
- Freedom Scientific Training Events
- APH Educational Resources
- Apple Vis
- Blind Abilities
- Top Tech Tidbits
- New York Libraries Andrew High School Talking Book
- Vista Center for the Blind
- San Francisco Lighthouse
- ACB Events
- NFB NABS
Letters, News and Tech Tidbits
- Letter from Doc – Where do you park your cane?
- Traveling tips.
- iOS 16.1 – How has the update gone for you?
- Bard gets a great update with searching now on the app!
- Amazon Music – Free, sort of and up to Amazon Music Unlimited for $8.99
- Ads, Ads, Ads… from Apple TV to all the socials, game changer?
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