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Podcast With A Blindness Perspective.

May 25, 2020

Serina, Brian and Jeff hit the studio fast and furious. And yes, furious is a 3 syllable word. Score one for me. Serina brings her Google game, Brian puts his dog to shame until Aira checks out B Brian’s sock. Jeff keeps on track with his Reminders App, as well as Serina. This beauty of an app is getting the respect it deserves.

How about Apple going audio on the news plus stuff? Hmm. And what about Spectrum and the new Spectrum Access App? Will it grow into the dream app or will it not? Hmm.

We dance through the tech news and sway into our experiences all at the beat of your requests. 

We love hearing from you all and we are about to have a get together, and yes, in one big room. Thank you The Facebook, as Brian says, for the new Rooms for chatting and meeting.

Ok, let me publish this episode and get on with the Memorial Weekend. 

We wish all the families of those lost in war and service a blessed day and a big thank you to all those serving our country around the world.

Stay Well, Stay Informed and Stay Strong!

Thanks for listening!


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