World Cerebral Palsy is almost upon us on October 6, so we take some time this week to talk with Elizabeth Specht and Jeanne Morton from the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC, who discuss CP itself as well as the Association and the work it does for individuals all over the Province.
It’s the end of the month and time for our monthly free-form news show! This week we welcome Clement Chou to help talk about a host of news stories from the past few weeks in a free form discussion that, as usual, breaks out into several digressions, a few arguments, and even a celestial musical interlude.
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Rob, Ryan and Steve are back to basics with one of their patented stream-of-consciousness News shows, joined by Chaos Technical Service’s Rick Chant. Listen in as they discuss everything from fruit fly genitalia to hijacked voice assistants, and everything in between!
These Disabled Americans Are Getting Dragged Out and Arrested for Demonstrating Over Healthcare
Al Franken raises concerns about Apple’s FaceID
Wearables Fashion Show at the Accessibility Innovation Showcase at Invictus Games https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/09/23/wearable-assistive-technology-will-hit-the-runway-at-invictus-showcase.html
Google assistant comes to Bose head phones
Amazon brings new accessibility to Fire devices
Your future sex robot could be hacked and programmed to murder you
Google Chrome Will No Longer Autoplay Content With Sound In January 2018