Cool Blind Tech
Reviews, interviews, and sharing experiences from a blind and low vision perspective. Cool Blind Tech strives for universal design of products, environments, programs and services to be accessible for all individuals, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design, not excluding assistive devices for particular groups of individuals with disabilities where this is needed. Cool Blind Tech endeavours to maximize the independence, productivity and participation of the blindness community. Empowering all individuals through the acquisition and enhancement of skills in using adaptive technologies such as VoiceOver on iOS and MacOS X from Apple, Talkback on Android from Google, NVDA from NonVisual Desktop Access, JAWS from Freedom Scientific, Window-Eyes from GW Micro, System Access from Serotek, ZoomText from Ai Squared, and Narrator from Microsoft are prominent examples in the English speaking market.
The Classic Computing Show
The Classic Computing Show is for fans of computer history nostalgia and computer collecting. In some shows, I feature a computer from my collection, news, books or computer history related videos / audio / culture. I also feature audio interviews.<br/><br/>Also check out my other two podcasts!<br/><br/>Link to The Classic Computing Blog<br/>Link to Archive
Think Distributed: A Distributed Systems Podcast
Dotto Tech Radio
Steve Dotto's weekly look at the world of Tech.
Accessibility for iEverything
Assistive Technology Update with Wade Wingler
Indiana's leader in assistive technology and the home of the INDATA Project
Agile UX 2012 Presentations
Presentations from the Agile UX 2012 conference, held in Sydney, Australia, March 2012. Agile UX 2012 was a single day, single track conference about designing great user experiences within an agile development process.
The Business of iOS and Mac Development
The Anachromystic Podcast
Two grizzled veterans of the first dot-com bubble discuss technology.