Rob and Ryan gather in the Anti Gloom Zoom Room one more time this Holiday season for a very special bonus episode as they listen to the 1975 CBS Radio Mystery Theatre audio production of “A Christmas Carol”. So grab your mug of hot chocolate (or eggnog), stoke the fire, and listen along with us for this final AT Banter episode of the season. Happy Holidays!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Yes it’s that time once again for the Annual AT Banter Holiday Podcast. Rob, Ryan, Lis, and Steve gather in the Anti-Gloom Zoom Room and welcome a cavalcade of friends of the show to share some holiday spirits and discuss a wide range of Holiday related subjects. Join the gang as they welcome Shawn Marsolais and Keisha Anderson from the Blind Beginnings Limitless Podcast, Melissa Hope from Descriptive Video Works, and Chad Bouton from the Hindsight is 20/200 podcast for a chaotic Yuletide roundtable that you won’t want to miss!
Fully accessible mapping solutions are still something that is being actively worked on in the Assistive Technology field, from QR codes to beacons to GPS. This week we dive into a discussion all about audio mapping and how it can impact accessible navigation and maps with Brandon Biggs, software engineer and CEO of XR Navigation.
This week it’s not only the biggest episode we’ve ever done, but one of the most important. We’re packing the Anti-Gloom Zoom Room full this week as Rob, Ryan, Lis, and Steve welcome the members of the Triple Vision Podcast – Peter Field, Charlie Ayotte, Hanna Leavitt, and David Best – to talk about their show which aims to rebuild the narrative of the experience of Blind Canadians in history through research and personal stories. They discuss the podcast’s origins and the importance of ensuring that the story of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted are told by the community and not lost to time. You don’t want to miss this jam-packed episode!