This week we get motivated with a great discussion with Marco Pasqua, ambassador from the Rick Hansen Foundation who tells us all about the great work the Foundation is doing helping break down barriers.
This week we’re thrilled to be talking to Molly Watt, passionate advocate for inclusive technology, co founder of the Molly Watt Trust, director of usability consulting firm Molly Watt Limited, blogger, and children’s book author and illustrator (she does it all, folks!).
Something a little different this week — we welcome Mick Szydlowski, guardian of Oskar the Blind Cat to share his stories of how Oskar came into his life, and how a chance encounter at an Nebraska farm created a Internet superstar and feline advocate for blindness and pet adoption.
This week it’s a freeform show where we ramble and cover some of the more interesting bits of AT-related news that came out this week.
How the Marrakesh Treaty makes the Intellectual Property system more inclusive
Presidential race could energize voters with disabilities
What Happens in the Brains of Blind People Who Do Math
Samsung’s Touchable Ink prints braille using any laser printer
FFB vs NFB