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FWIW, all of my testing has been very blind and well-controlled. I do not buy any components, switch encoding types, change room layouts, etc. without first doing a complete ABX set of tests. The world of HiFi is full of snake oil and placebos, and I tread very, very lightly through them all.


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Deirdre Neilen, PhD: One of medicine's tenets is for physicians to commit themselves to lifelong learning. Joan Roger, a poet and emergency physician, provides us with a striking example in her poem "Blind. She completed her emergency residency at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, from which this poem emerged, she begins blind with an epigram from James Baldwin:


I noticed your holiday issue didn't include the more affordably priced talking MP3 players from Accessible Electronics. I am the owner of Accessible Electronics and happen to be a totally blind person. I developed this idea and have sold well over 1,000 talking MP3 players around the world since 2009.


This is not a product which is in conflict with the higher priced-blind-only players, as they do not have a text-to-speech engine built in or have the ability to play the specialized formats used by the national Library Service and such. They are, however, useful for those visually impaired [or] blind individuals who simply wish to use a more affordable MP3 player to listen to music files just like sighted folks do. Most of our customers already have some sort of "blind-only" player such as a Victor Reader Stream, BookSense, Plextalk Pocket, [or] BookPort, but use our talking MP3 players for listening to their MP3 books and music files instead.


It would be great if AFB showed interest in helping the blind/vision-impaired small business community as well as the big hitter companies who don't necessarily need the added promotion and advertising afforded them in articles such as the Holiday Gift Ideas for People with Vision Loss article.


Shouldn't the user have the proper orientation skills to be cognizant of where the elevators or the doors to the outside are located I'm not being negative, but I find myself [thinking,] "No wonder the general public, and blind people to some degree, think the dogs are so amazing and are the ticket to freedom." It seems to me the dog should be treated as a useful tool, and the handler should be the one always in charge and cognizant of his or her surroundings.


Peer pressure is an issue everyone, blind or sighted, must deal with in their lives. As a result of peer pressure, I made a decision that ultimately proved to be an incorrect decision for me. If someone is considering applying for a guide dog, he or she should make this decision based on his or her own needs and lifestyle rather than the convincing arguments friends or acquaintances might make in favor of a guide dog.


A product that is perfect for one blind or low-vision person may be rejected by another because it requires a computer. Another product, while portable, may be too difficult for someone who finds aligning the image to be too challenging. 59ce067264






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