On April 25, our daughter, Gabrielle, was rushed to the hospital by ambulance after having a breathing episode. Gabrielle (Gabby) has a condition which unfortunately causes her to have many such episodes, however, this time was different as she had Continue reading How Microsoft’s accessible OneNote helps me to manage a medical crisis
***Update*** On July 26, I received yet another support Email saying in part, Dear Steve, Thank you for contacting Weight Watchers. My name is [Name redacted] and I will be more than happy to assist you with troubleshooting your application. Continue reading It may be just an app, but sometimes, it’s why my life sucks.
My mouth dropped open in disbelief when a friend, Grace, told me about an app designed to help the blind stop rocking back and forth, something that many blind people do. There’s lots of reasons for the rocking that I Continue reading iFidget, an app to help blind people stop rocking, good idea or bad?
In this audio demo, I discuss the new Direct Touch Typing input method introduced in iOS8 and show how it works with VoiceOver. http://media.blubrry.com/stevecast/p/steve.sawczyn.com/media/demo-of-touch-typing.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
In this episode, I demonstrate the Zoom IQ5 stereo mic for Lightning devices. WARNING, as this is a live demo, there are severe fluctuations in audio volume. http://media.blubrry.com/stevecast/p/steve.sawczyn.com/media/IQ5Demo.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
I just received an iPhone 5 and of course before powering it up, I had to take it apart, at least a little. One thing that has made me curious about the iPad Minis and the new iPhone 5 is Continue reading Just held my first Nano SIM and wow is it tiny