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Is Assistive Technology going to be dead?

Over the last few days, discussion on 986’s roger group surfaced around talk that Microsoft is going to make a full fledged screen reader and they don’t care what happens to companies like AI Squared and freedom Scientific. One of my good friends, Herbie Allen, indicated to me and others that this type of talk has been going on for years since Windows 7 came about.

I sent a draft of this article to someone who is a tech trainer on apple and android devices who had a training session. Someone had mentioned that Microsoft indicated that they didn’t care, and discussion indicates that they could take out things that the assistive tech companies need to hook in to so that we can have the access. I personally can’t confirm this, but if it has been discussed for years, only time will tell what Microsoft decides to do in the long run.

The Jared Rimer Network has not seen anything in reports from twitter sources indicating anything either way.

With the announcement in August of Microsoft allowing people with assistive technology to continue to have the free offer to upgrade to Windows 10 if they have the technology and this support article entitled: All keyboard commands and touch gestures supported by Narrator in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update you’d think that they are not giving up on the assistive tech players quite yet.

I know there are continuing issues being reported about Windows 10 and its potential privacy issues including Cortana and its sharing data, as well as the inability to turn off settings to limit such data, but an interesting thought was mentioned in the group. The same thing is done with IOS and Siri where it shares and has access to data to carry out tasks like whats up on your calendar, calling people, and other things that siri can do including math and other basic functions.

I don’t want to jump to conclusions to say that Microsoft is or is not going to cut out access to what our screen reader can do, but I will be watching this particular development with interest.

I don’t think the assistive tech companies will go down quietly, not without a fight. The big companies will fight anyway, don’t know about the smaller companies or the startups.

If you would like to be reminded about the Microsoft continuing windows 10 upgrade for assistive tech users after July 2016, please go to this articcle from blind bargains called: After Closing the Free Upgrade to Windows 10 for Mainstream Users, Microsoft Delivers on Promise to AT Users which was posted on August 2, 2016. Also, on the 4th of August, the same source posted You, too can Live on the Edge With the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 where it has a link to a spot where you can learn if things you can do would need work arounds or other information to get tasks done.

I would like to hear from you, if you’ve read things confirming or denying this recent news which has been going around for years. We all need to be informed as to what is up so we can decide at that time whether to jump windows ship, or whether we should give this a try and see what Microsoft has up its sleve.

To contact me, you may roger me at jaredrimer or you may go to my main web site for other contact information. Thanks for reading!

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The apple event

There is an apple event next week, and here is apple vis’s post about the event with links to the apple stream and other information that might be of interest. I hope this finds some interest for some.

On a side note, The Mix will host a stream of the event on our team talk server for those who have it. Get info on the server on our site. Enjoy!

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chicken nugget updates to 4.2

As I was resting, Chicken Nugget presented itself a dialogue to update to 4.2. Auto updating is always good to fix bugs and get improvements. They added support to vine, fixed youtube links, and added settings. The dialogue will tell you whats new and present an option to update.

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Snapchat for iOS has VoiceOver improvements

I’m happy that snapchat has made their app more accessible according to this applevis posting and we should make strides for apps to be accessible for those who would like to use them. I personally am not going to use the app, but maybe some people will. My understanding of snapchat is simple. Take a picture or video to share, similar to facebook. Its available for a certain period of time before it is deleted. Some people might find that cool, others may not. Check out the blog post for more information and comments from applevis.

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Digitizing the World’s Largest Braille Music Collection

Digitizing the World’s Largest Braille Music Collection came across my desk, and I thought people should see it. This is definitely interesting. Thoughts are welcome.

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Window-Eyes 9.5.1 is now out

From AI Squared.


Be Ready for Windows 10 Anniversary Update with Window-Eyes 9.5.1

In the coming week, Microsoft will begin to roll out the Anniversary Update for Windows 10. With Window-Eyes 9.5.1, our customers will be able to access this latest version of Windows 10. Window-Eyes 9.5.1 also includes numerous stability and performance enhancements for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Office, and numerous other fixes. Download Window-Eyes 9.5.1 to get a fantastic screen reader experience!

Read Me

For a complete list of Window-Eyes 9.5.1 new features, improvements and changes, please refer to the Window-Eyes 9.5.1 Read Me.

Download your upgrade

If you have purchased a Window-Eyes 9.2 upgrade or have an active Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA), you can download the upgrade for free at http://www.gwmicro.com/upgrade or activate the Check for Updates option in the Help menu. It will not count against your SMA.

Window-Eyes 9.5.1 will be available for you to download, but SMA customers will not receive an installation DVD. You may purchase a DVD by contacting Ai Squared.

Try Window-Eyes

If you don’t currently own Window-Eyes, you can get it for free! For anyone who has a valid license of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher, Window-Eyes can be downloaded for free at www.WindowEyesForOffice.com. If you don’t have Office 2010 or newer installed on your PC, you can obtain a free 60-day evaluation of Window-Eyes here: http://www.gwmicro.com/Window-Eyes/Demo/. If you haven’t tried Window-Eyes in a while, give Window-Eyes 9.5.1 a try for free today!

Order your upgrade or SMA today!

Call us today at (802) 362-3612 or email us at sales@aisquared.com to place your order.

Non-English versions are released after the English version, so please check with your local dealer for availability in your language. For those outside of the U.S., contact your local dealer.

Aaron Smith

Web Development * App Development * Product Support Specialist

Ai Squared * 725 Airport North Office Park, Fort Wayne, IN 46825

260-489-3671 * www.aisquared.com

To insure that you receive proper support, please include all past correspondence (where applicable), and any relevant information pertinent to your situation when submitting a problem report to the Ai Squared Technical Support Team.


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Was BARD down because of a DOS attack?

Hi folks,

On an earlier post I was requesting people report to me if they were having an issue with getting to the library of congress web site along with BARD. Shortly after I posted that, I reached out to my cooperating library who confirmed that there was an issue with BARD, and there was no ETA for its return.

On July 20, 2016: on a thread from apple vis entitled Anybody else currently having problems with Bard? which was used to report the last couple of days issues, indicated that the site was recently under a denial of service attack or Denial-of-service attack. (wikipedia)

I want to stress that we do not know if it is true whether BARD was attacked or not. What we do know, is that it would take a lot to take the full Library of Congress sites down, and the full loc.gov domain was down during BARD’s outage. I personally could not get to BARD or the Library of Congress.

According to the Wikipedia article, it says: “In computing, a denial-of-service (DoS) attack is an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users, such as to temporarily or indefinitely interrupt or suspend services of a host connected to the Internet.[1] A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) is where the attack source is more than one, often thousands of, unique IP addresses. It is analogous to a group of people crowding the entry door or gate to a shop or business, and not letting legitimate parties enter into the shop or business, disrupting normal operations.

Criminal perpetrators of DoS attacks often target sites or services hosted on high-profile web servers such as banks, credit card payment gateways. Motives of revenge, blackmail[2][3][4] or activism[5] can be behind other attacks.”

We do not know if anyone has taken responsibility for any type of DDOS attack, or whether this was the case at all. We do know that BARD will go offline from July 29th through August 1st for scheduled maintenance. The post is to the books blog where I also have a podcast when time allows. I felt to post the announce from BARD there in case people don’t have access to the site, and need to get info to friends or family.

I wish people would be careful when saying the site was down because of a DOS attack, as if it turns out it wasn’t, it may look bad for the person, and then they’re not credable. For example, someone posted to the thread saying: “It was a denial of service attack that caused the outage. Luckily, Bard is
back and all is fine. Just keep in mind that if the site goes down, it’s
nothing anyone is doing, it’s not you or anyone else doing something to
cause bard to go down. I’m glad it’s back too.” A DOS is caused by someone sending traffic to the server that holds BARD or the library of congress. This comment commenting on the subject of the last few days says: “Actually, a denial of service does mean that someone is attacking the site.
That’s the point of a DOS attack, though why anyone would target BARD is beyond me. Talk about childish. Never fear though, there’s no way to accidentally do this and it takes many machines coordinated by a group to even try to hit a system as large as the Library of Congress.” I think this poster is absolutely correct. A script kitty wouldn’t be able to do that, this has to be a large scale attack to take down the whole network.

Maybe the library of congress will post something about what happened, maybe we won’t find out. I’m hopeful that people realize that attacking the library of congress has large implecations that effect a large community including the disabled community who uses the library of congress which provides books in recorded and other formats to print disabled patrons who qualify for the service in the United States and abroad where the patron is abroad either permanently or living there now.

The comment boards await any comments if anyone has any thoughts.

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Pokemon Go

Hello folks,
Apple Vis has an app directory entry for Pokemon Go which they put as inaccessible. I totally get the reason for putting apps on their site that isn’t accessible so that the community who searches or finds it is aware of the fact the app will not work for those of us who are high partials, or rely on voiceover as a whole. I like the fact they are doing this work. In the comments, they mention that they have contactd the developers to include us as disabled people within their app, and I like this idea as well. Don’t get me wrong, the fact that this work to include us is great. The thing that bothers me about this game is the real world issues that the sighted community have had.

According to what I have heard on Security Now, although I have not heard the whole episode, Pokemon Go had some permission issues which got corrected. If that isn’t bad enough, Pokemon Go, Real World Risks of Apps (Trend Micro) (July 11, 2016) and I wanna be the very best, that no one ever was, (Los Angeles Metro’s the Source) (July 12, 2016) which raises some concerns. If this is true, and people can be around people’s protperty, and they see one of these things as they’re walking around, they go in to someone’s yard, or other parts of the property they aren’t supposed to be, this can be a big problem. While us disabled people wouldn’t necessarily be doing that, the fact we use devices to help us walk, and detect things, as well as other odds and ends, pose a bigger problem. Using a cane, and a phone, the way I understand it needing to be, may pose other issues for the disabled population.

I do not know if it is a good idea for this particular game to be accessible. To be fair, I do think if possible, all games should be accessible and those who want to play it will. I have not really gotten in to pokemon, but I am understanding the work that people should do if they would like to play it, and I’m sure some disabled people including some blind people would love to play this game. I’m curious on what others may think about this topic. The blogs are open. Thanks for reading!

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Apple getting it on both sides, whats happening?

There may be some strong language in the comments, please be advised when reading any comment. The JRN takes no responsibility, except where I want people to be civil.

OK, I read two different things via Apple Vis, a site that talks about apple products. One of these, I saw and participated in a discussion on and I found it quite sad twhat I’m about to post.

The good news first, Apple to Receive Accessibility Award from the American Council of the Blind (Jul 2, 2016) is great news. Apple, in my opinion, has shown me that they care about accessibility. All software has bugs, and I have found that apple products just work, and they are easy to use. The bugs are minor, compared to other software, and I’ve betatested a lot of software in my days.

The bad news. NFB Passes Resolution Calling Apple’s Software Testing ‘Inadequate’, Seeking Changes (July 2, updated July 4, 2016) is just the worst thing I have ever read and saw comments on on facebook. If the NFB passed a resolution to get Apple to include the disabled in their betas so they can help get the bugs out, apple has already done this. I know several people already that are part of the beta, and before the beta turned free, they paid the $99 to be a part of the beta program. I don;’t know if the NFB can single handedly get apple to do what they want, and the article has the text of the resolution in it. May the best side of this debate win. Comment in the comment,s, please be civil toward each other, I’ll allow swaring as long as you are coherent in your speech. I expect people to be angry, and I am not here to censor you, but to make sure your post is thought out. If you want to comment on a future podcast, please do so.

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Ai Squared joins VFO, home of Freedom Scientific and Optelec

In the better late than never department, there was a press release from a company called VFO, who baught Freedom Scientific and Optelec some years ago. This press release entitled: Ai Squared joins VFO, home of Freedom Scientific and Optelec which was released on June 14, 2016 has got people speculating about Window-Eyes and Magic leaving the market. As a long time Window-Eyes user, GW Micro’s division of AI Squared has not said anything confirming this, and my source indicated to me that Freedom Scientific said there were no major changes right now. Someone indicated to me through text message on Tuesday that Window-Eyes and Magic will be leaving, and I have not seen anything since. As with the Serotek making changes, podcasts are unknown (June 2014) and serotek update: the truth hurts (December 2014) nothing much has happened with the company. Yolu can even search the blog for AI squared coverage and find some posts I’ve published in regards to AI Squared’s commitment to Window-Eyes aas a flagship product and the Microsoft Office version. If I hear anything else, I’ll be sure to let you know.

What else to read:

There may be others, but this is some of what I’ve covered. Lets keep our eyes and ears open, depending on how you use your PC, and I’ll be giving my initial thoughts before i read the press release Tuesday evening in podcast 247. Thanks for reading!

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Rosen Credit Card Breach May Affect Attendees of Recent NFB Conventions

Hi folks,
Here we go in the breach department, this one courtesy of Blind Bargains. They are reporting a chain of hotels which have been hosting the NFB convention reported a breach. Rosen Credit Card Breach May Affect Attendees of Recent NFB Conventions (Blind Bargains March 15, 2016) is the item you need to read. There is a link to a statement from the company in this article. Since this effects quite a lot of blind people, I think this will be posted to multiple categories within this blog. Please take this seriously, even though you may not have been effected.

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eWindow-Eyes 9.3 is released

Get Built-in Optical Character Recognition and a Faster User Experience with Window-Eyes 9.3

Window-Eyes 9.3 is now available providing customers with the ability to recognize text from files or the screen with built in Optical Character Recognition. This version also offers a more reliable and stable user experience that will help maximize your productivity at work, home, and school.

Keep reading to learn more about the features and enhancements in Window-Eyes 9.3:

Extract Text from Files, Images and the Screen Quickly and Easily

· Recognize text in inaccessible scanned PDF files.

· Recognize text from images in .bmp, .jpg, .png, and .tiff formats.

· Choose from several different kinds of file types to recognize, including .txt, .html, .xml, and .zip.

· If Office is installed, you can also OCR documents ending in .docx, .pptx, and .xlsx.

· Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files can be recognized, including text found in WordArt to ensure readability.

All-New Read to End

· Read-to-end has been completely rewritten to provide the most responsive and accurate reading experience.

· When read-to-end is stopped, it will start again from the word that was last spoken to help save time and increase efficiency.

· If a Braille display is connected, Braille output will remain in sync with speech as documents are read aloud.

· Hot keys used to increase or decrease speech are much more responsive, enabling users to more easily read documents in the manner they prefer.

Microsoft Office

· Improved reading of all spell check dialogs in Office 2010, 2013, and 2016.

· Responsiveness of the Outlook 2010, 2013, and 2016 inbox under Windows 10 has been improved to make reading email faster.

· Outlook’s conversation view in 2010, 2013, and 2016 is now supported so that users can group messages with the same subject enabling reading of all messages within a thread quickly and easily.

· If Window-Eyes was restarted while Outlook was open, message virtualization would stop functioning until Outlook was restarted. This issue has been fixed.

· When a PowerPoint slideshow started, and Window-Eyes was set to automatically read the entire document, only the content of the first slide would be spoken. This has been fixed.

· If the version of Window-Eyes for users of Microsoft Office was in use, and the Office 365 sign-in window was closed without first entering any text, Window-Eyes would crash. This has been resolved.

· Other miscellaneous fixes.

Mouse Improvements

· The physical mouse now reads UIA and IA2 programs, which improves the reading experience in programs such as web browsers and modern Windows apps.

· A hot key to continue a mouse search in reverse has been added.

· Window-Eyes can now read an entire line or only a word under the pointer as the physical mouse moves across the screen.

· The mouse can now be set to read instant, hover, or no echo when moving the mouse around the screen. If the user sets it to hover, the amount of time can be adjusted before the information under the mouse is spoken. This allows low vision users better control over what they hear when the mouse moves around the screen.

· Other miscellaneous fixes.

Other Fixes

· Responsiveness in the Windows 10 File Explorer has been improved.

· Quickly check the status of wireless network connections with a single hot key.

· Responsiveness for Eloquence, eSpeak, RealSpeak, Vocalizer, and Vocalizer Expressive synthesizers has been significantly improved.

· The WE cursor (which allows you to explore the screen without moving the mouse pointer) has been renamed to the invisible cursor to better reflect its functionality.

· The QuickStart Wizard has been replaced with a new app called Setup Wizard providing a new visual interface and more options to help users get started using Window-Eyes.

· The app update notification options that are displayed when updates are available have been expanded to include a tone, dialog box, tooltip, or any combination of the three. This enables users to select how they want to be notified of app updates.

· Support has been added for the Handy Tech Active Star, Handy Tech Modular, and BAUM VarioUltra displays.

· Numerous stability fixes and performance enhancements have been added.

For a complete list of Window-Eyes 9.3 new features, improvements and changes, please refer to the Window-Eyes 9.3 Read Me.

Download your upgrade

If you have purchased a Window-Eyes 9.2 upgrade or have an active Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA), you can download the upgrade for free at http://www.gwmicro.com/upgrade or activate the Check for Updates option in the Help menu.

Try Window-Eyes

If you don’t currently own Window-Eyes, you can get it for free! For anyone who has a valid license of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher, Window-Eyes can be downloaded for free at www.WindowEyesForOffice.com. If you don’t have Office 2010 or newer installed on your PC, you can obtain a free 60-day evaluation of Window-Eyes here: http://www.gwmicro.com/Window-Eyes/Demo/. If you haven’t tried Window-Eyes in a while, give Window-Eyes 9.3 a try for free today!

If you already own Window-Eyes 9.2, you will be able to download Window-Eyes 9.3 absolutely free! It will not count against your SMA. Window-Eyes 9.3 will be available for you to download, but SMA customers will not receive an installation DVD. You may order a DVD by contacting Ai Squared.

Order your upgrade or SMA today!

Call us today at (802) 362-3612 or email us at sales@aisquared.com to place your order.

Non-English versions are released after the English version, so please check with your local dealer for availability in your language. For those outside of the U.S., contact your local dealer.

Aaron Smith

Web Development * App Development * Product Support Specialist

Ai Squared * 725 Airport North Office Park, Fort Wayne, IN 46825

260-489-3671 * www.aisquared.com

To insure that you receive proper support, please include all past correspondence (where applicable), and any relevant information pertinent to your situation when submitting a problem report to the Ai Squared Technical Support Team.


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Apple Releases iOS 9.2 With a Number of Fixes for Blind and Low Vision Users

Hi folks,
I want to come in and post this since I didn’t get a chance yesterday. Apple Releases iOS 9.2 With a Number of Fixes for Blind and Low Vision Users is from Apple Vis, and it talks about the IOS 9.2 update that came out on December 9, 2015. Some good updates, including Facetime, bluetooth, a service or system called mail drop for attachments, and more. Check out the post for more, and enjoy!

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Announcing NVDA 2015.4 Release

Hi folks,
I just wanted to drop by tonight and pass along some news I saw on twitter. Announcing NVDA 2015.4 Release is a blog post talking about the latest in NVDA, the free screen reader. I know of a few users using it, but I’ve not used it myself. I wonder what you think of it, and if you want to do a demo of its use, I’d love to hear it.

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Apple Releases iOS 9.1 with New Features, Enhancements and Some Bug Fixes for Blind and Low Vision Users

Hey folks,
Just came across this post via Apple Vis which I’m passing along. The post is entitled: Apple Releases iOS 9.1 with New Features, Enhancements and Some Bug Fixes for Blind and Low Vision Users and it includes bug fixes for us and maybe some new bugs. As usual, we should know what is up, and if you find something let apple know. I need to let them know about something I think, but now i forgot what it was. If it comes across, I’ll be sure to let them know. In the meantime, I think I’ll go for now, and we’ll see what happens.

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Newport restaurant first to become certified as deaf-friendly – Daily Pilot

This is a cool idea. I am going to post this to my other blog as well. I hope other restaurants can get something like this. I could imagine some difficulty where you would ask the deaf customer a question, and they couldn’t hear them. This is a cool idea.

On a recent afternoon at the new PizzaBar restaurant in Newport Beach, Tom Gruenbeck glanced down at a tablet computer and pushed a large green display labeled “interpreter.”

Source: Newport restaurant first to become certified as deaf-friendly – Daily Pilot

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Tech companies should care more about customers with disabilities.

This is a great article, and I hope it means something soon. Its too bad that the person involved had this trouble, but then it gets written about like what’s in this article. Lets see what you guys think in the comments.

Source: Tech companies should care more about customers with disabilities.

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High-Tech Wheelchair Accommodates Any Level of Technological Competence

I just read this article entitled High-Tech Wheelchair Accommodates Any Level of Technological Competence through twitter and found it of interest. I’ve not found much in the way of wheelchairs and technology, although this could get interesting, I’d love to see whether it could work. It it could work, than maybe people would be OK if somehow it alerts someone of a tipped chair where they can get help quicker, or if it detects something wrong and someone sees that and corrects the issue before it can turn in to a problem. The comment boards await you.

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Apple releases 9.0.1 of IOS

Today, IOS 9.0.1 is released to fix some bugs, however, they don’t think it fixes some of the issues reported when 9 was released. Apple Vis has an article right here for you to read. I thought I’d pass this along for those who don’t know. Take care.

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IOS 9, my first impressions

Hi folks,
I’ve upgraded my IOS device to 9, and found only 1 app I can confirm that does not work at all in 9. Other people may have similar bugs, and things that are reported may never happen to you. Apple vis compiled some items I thought I’d mention, and then I’ll give my thoughts so far.

I was just taking a look, and it did seem to take quite awhile on the apple logo for my iphone 5s. I just decided to wait it out, and soon my phone started talking. I noticed that it had changed my voice to the smaller version, and it braught me to a setup screen which I don’t remember doing for 8. Herbie indicated I did, and maybe I did. I don’t remember. I had meant to write the developer of Transit App and let them know their app doesn’t seem to work at all with IOS 9. This afternoon, I shut off voiceover, and tapped on the buses to see about getting the screen that drops so I can see the times. No dice. Touching on the bus list yielded the map and various streets. Nothing but flashing like it wiggles with voiceover off. I still plan to write them, so it can be fixed. I’m sure they’re at hard working on it and will release soon.

Speaking of transit, I was reminded about the apple maps. I am not convinced this is the right solution. For my area, the closest station it seemed to bring up was out on the Orange Line busway, a few miles away. Even while I was sitting at a bus stop, the closest station was 2.1 miles away. Even when I was approaching Tampa Avenue, the app was showing me Tampa Station on the orange line and i selected bus stops, not train stations. Fail.

I took a quick look at settings, and found they nmoved their battery stuff to the main screen and added an option for battery saving mode. Tomorrow will definitely be the day to check that out, as I have a longer day and I will be testing that out.

I was reading the notes while the phone was downloading the update, and it said that we could leave messages if facetime is missed. By chance, Herbie didn’t take my call, and i thought I’d leave a message, but it returned me to what i was listening to instead. Apple, that is not impressive. Maybe it’ll be fixed in 9.1 which is in beta as we speak.

What is really interesting is Pandora. After buying a day pass to take advantage of the free day since my WIFI went down on their 10-year-anaversary day, the bugs I had reported to them where the bio section of the profiles on their tracks seems to read more. It was hard to duplicate, not sure if apple changed something, or if they fixed it, but I was able to read several even when my phone was locked.

I still need to check out the podcasts from Apple Vis dealing with IOS 9. That’ll be tomorrow’s project, before and after a class i must attend. I did read all of the above items except for the deaf blind one, which I want to do. Is there anything you guys want to send me? Please reach out, contact info is on the blog. You can also contact me on Twitter, Facebook, and SMS/imessage. Keep in touch!

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