Schedule of Meetings and Events
for VICUG NYC

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1) VICUG NYC's Next General Membership Meeting
2) About VICUG NYC's General Membership Meetings
3) Upcoming Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings
4) Wait a Minute! Brief Accounts of Past Meetings
5) Educational Materials from Past Meetings

The Date & Time of VICUG NYC's Next General Membership Meeting

URGENT UPDATE!
VICUG NYC's General Membership Meetings Temporarily Suspended

Due to construction at our current meeting site, the Manhattan offices of Lighthouse International, VICUG NYC has suspended its regularly scheduled General Membership Meetings until further notice. This situation will persist (at least) through the Summer of 2007. Whilst every effort is being made by the Executive Committee to locate another appropriate meeting venue (either temporary or permanent) for VICUG NYC, please make use of VICUG NYC's emailing list, VIC-NYC@columbia.edu as a virtual meeting place -- not only to inquire about specific problems or products, but as a means of keeping VICUG NYC the strong, peer-support organization that YOU have created over the past eleven years.

Please check this space regularly, or call the VICUG NYC HotLine, at 1 212 502 7664, to keep abreast of the latest developments.

date: TBA
time: 6 to 7:30 pm

location: Lighthouse International, Room 602
111 East 59th Street (north side)
between Lexington & Park Avenues

topic: TBA
presenter: TBA

Due to construction at our current meeting venue, VICUG NYC has indefinitely suspended all upcoming General Membership Meetings, which are traditionally held on the second WEDNESDAY of every month (except Augutst), from 6 to 7:30 PM.

Since 1996, VICUG NYC has conducted presentations and demonstrations of technologies and strategies used by blind and low vision computer users, providing informative -- and often ear-opening -- information to the blind and low vision population of the greater New York City metropolitan area. VICUG NYC has also served as a vibrant peer-support network which enables blind and VI individuals to discuss, trouble-shoot and resolve computer and assistive technology-related issues, as well as a forum for introducing members and other interested parties to the latest blindness- and low-vision related technologies. To continue this important exchange of information, please be sure to participate in VIC-NYC, the emailing list of VICUG NYC -- we may not be able to assemble in person, but the emailing list is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read it; contribute to it; respond to it. Use it as a virtual meeting space, and help keep VICUG NYC a vibrant and reliable resource for us all.

Beginning in the Spring of 2004, General Membership Meetings have been held in room 602 of the Manhattan offices of Lighthouse International, which are located at 111 East 59th Street, on the north side of the street, between Lexington and Park Avenues. The closest subway station is that located at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. To obtain specific and/or detailed directions to the Lighthouse and/or information about the closest bus stops, please contact Lighthouse International directly at: 1 212 821 9235 (or 1 800 829 0500 outside of the 212 area code).

At the conclusion of every presentation or technology demonstration or discussion, any remaining time at General Membership Meetings is devoted to an "open floor", which is YOUR opportunity to ask (and answer) any question about computers, with a special focus on the night's topic, as well as your opportunity to suggest future topics of interest and/or to volunteer to demonstrate them to the General Membership.

Membership dues for 2005 are collected by VICUG NYC's Treasurer at General Membership Meetings. Dues are a mere twelve dollars, and endow you with the right to hold office, the right to vote, and a clear conscience. If you plan on paying in cash, please bring exact change! Thanks to all who paid dues in the last quarter of 2004, and at the three meetings held in 2005.

Mark your calendars: VICUG NYC's next General Membership Meeting is tentatively scheduled for WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER FOURTEENTH, 2005. Please also note that, as of June 2004, VICUG NYC meets at the Manhattan offices of Lighthouse International, which are located at 111 East 59th Street, on the north side of the street, between Lexington and Park Avenues. To obtain specific and/or detailed directions and/or information about the closest subway and bus stops, please contact Lighthouse International directly at: 1 212 821 9235 (or 1 800 829 0500 outside of the 212 area code).

Remember to check this space regularly for updates, or call the VICUG NYC HotLine, 1 212 502 7664, to keep abreast of the latest developments. If you have a suggestion for a future presentation, please let us know! And, don't forget to make a note of VICUG NYC's upcoming meeting dates.


About VICUG NYC's General Membership Meetings

VICUG NYC meets on the second Wednesday of every month (except August) in the Manhattan offices of Lighthouse International, from 6 to 7:30 PM. Lighthouse International's Manhattan offices are located at 111 East 59th Street, between Lexington and Park Avenues, on the north side of East 59th Street. To obtain specific and/or detailed directions and/or information about the closest subway and bus stops, please contact Lighthouse International directly at: 1 212 821 9235 (or 1 800 829 0500 outside of the 212 area code).

Keep Informed!

For more information about VICUG NYC and its activities, please bookmark this page, or call the VICUG NYC Hotline, A.K.A. Vita Zavoli's work phone number: 1 212 502 7664. To automatically receive general meeting notices, minutes and recaps, agendas, and items of local interest/concern via email, join VIC-NYC, the emailing list of the Visually Impaired Computer Users' Group of New York City. To subscribe to VIC-NYC, type the command:

SUBSCRIBE VIC-NYC

in the BODY of an emessage, and send it to:

<majordomo@columbia.edu>

Upcoming VICUG NYC Meeting Dates

Upcoming Meeting Dates for 2005
NO MEETING in August
September Fourteenth
October Twelfth
November Ninth
December Fourteenth: Eighth Annual Holiday Party

Resources & Records of Past Meetings

Don't forget to check out the minutes from past meetings, as well as background resources and materials from past meetings, where you'll find quite a diverse collection of links and resources. And, speaking of resources, if you have a suggestion for a future presentation, and/or would like to perform a demonstration at a General Membership Meeting, please let us know!


Upcoming Special Interest Group Meetings

Alphabetic List of Active SIGs
1) Blazie (Braille 'n Speak) SIG
2) MIDI SIG

Blazie SIG News

The Blazie SIG meets from 10am to 1pm on the second Saturday of every odd numbered month, except for July.

The main focus of the Blazie SIG are Blazie Engineering's two most popular products, the Braille 'n Speak and the Braille Lite. The SIG features demonstrations of basic BNS usage, advanced features of the BNS line of products, and discussions and demonstrations of how to use Blazie Products at work, at school, and at home.

The Blazie SIG meetings convene in Iris Torres' office, which is located on the fifth floor of the Vision Resource Center. The Vision Resource Center is located at 76 Madison Avenue. The cross-street is Twenty-Eighth Street. If you plan on attending the next Blazie SIG meeting, please call Iris Torres at (212) 251-0531, so that she can leave your name with the doorman. You can also call (212) 251-0531 for directions and a list of nearby bus and subway stops. For more information about the Blazie SIG, please contact the Blazie SIG Leaders--Iris Torres & Bob White--at the following eddresses:

Iris Torres <Iris_Torres@fc1.nycenet.edu>
and/or Bob White <73002.1216@compuserve.com>

MIDI SIG News

The MIDI SIG meets on the third Monday of every month, in the studio of SIG leader Mike Mandel. Mike's studio is located at 400 West Forty-Third Street, Apartment 20L. The building, the Manhattan Plaza, is located on the southwest corner of Forty-Third Street and Ninth Avenue. MIDI SIG meetings start at 6:30 pm, and last until (at least) 8:30pm.

Call Mike Mandel at (212) 868-0345, for directions and a list of nearby bus and subway stops. For more information about the MIDI SIG, please contact Mike Mandel at <mmandel@flashcom.net>


If you would like to learn more about Special Interest Group meetings, activities, and events by telephone, please call the VICUG NYC Hotline, A.K.A. Vita Zavoli's work phone number: 1 212 502 7664.


Wait a Minute!

Index of the Minutes of Past Meetings
  1. September 16, 1996 Steering Committee Meeting
  2. October 29, 1996 Steering Committee Meeting
  3. January 13, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  4. March 4, 1997 Steering Committee Meeting
  5. March 25, 1997 Steering Committee Meeting
  6. April 14, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  7. June 4, 1997 Steering Committee Meeting
  8. June 9, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  9. July 14, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  10. September 6, 1997 BNS SIG Meeting
  11. September 8, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  12. September 23, 1997 Executive Committee Meeting
  13. October 20, 1997 General Membership Meeting
  14. December 3, 1997 Executive Committee Meeting
  15. February 4, 1998 Executive Committee Meeting
  16. April 4, 1998 Executive Committee Meeting

If you would like to learn more about upcoming VICUG NYC meetings, activities, and events by telephone, please call the VICUG NYC Hotline, A.K.A. Vita Zavoli's work phone number: 1 212 502 7664.


Educational Materials Pertaining to Past Presentations

Indexed in Reverse Chronological Order


The Essential Internet--Why Bother?
presenter: Janina Sajka, AFB
date: January 13, 1997

  1. History of the Internet
  2. TheDirectory: a comprehensive list of ISPs
  3. The List: another listing of ISPs
  4. Lynx
  5. Blynx: Support and Documentation for Blind/VI Lynx Users
  6. Internet Explorer 5.0
  7. Netscape Navigator & Communicator
  8. pwWebSpeak
  9. A Beginner's Guide to URLs

Why Should I Bother Learning HTML?
presenter: Gregory J. Rosmaita
date: March 10, 1997

  1. Basic HTML and WWW Resources
    1. PC-Based Versions of Popular Online Editors
  2. The W3C's HTML Standards
    1. Accessibility Features of HTML4
    2. HTML 3.2 Specification
    3. HTML 2.0 Specification
    4. The W3C's Web Content Accessibility/Page Authoring Guidelines
    5. W3C HTML Validation Service
  3. W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
  4. Accessible HTML Guidelines (Trace Center)
  5. Dave Raggett's 10 Minute Guide to HTML
  6. Designing Accessible Web Pages
    1. Accessibility in Theory and Practice
    2. Applying the ADA to the Internet: A Web Accessibility Standard, by Cynthia D. Waddell, JD (ADA Coordinator, City of San Jose, USA)
  7. Getting a Grip on HTML (version 3.0, 1997)
  8. The Bare Bones Guide to HTML (plain ASCII file)
  9. NCSA's Beginner's Guide to HTML
  10. Reformatted Doctor HTML Validation Form
  11. The World Wide Web Consortium's Validator
  12. The Web Design Group's Accessibility Pages
  13. Leveling the Road Ahead: a white paper by Judith M. Dixon
  14. Creating Web Pages Accessible to Visually Impaired People

The Visually Impaired Student
presenter: Pratik Patel
date: July 14, 1997

  1. Blazie Engineering
  2. VICUG NYC's Special Interest Groups
  3. contact Project HELP via email

Windows Concepts: Understanding the GUI Environment
special guest: Sarah Morley
date: October 20, 1997

  1. WinGuide: Windows Concepts, Training, and Tutorials
    1. Windows 95 Explained: A Guide for Blind and Partially Sighted Users
    2. Window Concepts: An Introductory Guide for Visually Disabled Users (for Windows 3.x)
  2. The Empowerment Zone's excellent collection of information about Windows
  3. The DAISY Digital Talking Book System
    1. General Information About the DAISY Digital Talking Book
    2. Frequently Asked Questions About DAISY
    3. The DAISY Consortium
      1. DAISY Consortium Members
      2. Joining the DAISY Consortium
      3. The Organization of the DAISY Consortium
    4. The Latest DAISY News
    5. DAISY Consortium Projects
    6. DAISY Product Development

Strategies for Using (and Actually Enjoying) RealAudio
presenter: Gregory J. Rosmaita
date: January 13, 1998

  1. Download RealPlayer Using a Speech-Friendly Form

Current Initiatives of the National Technology Access Program
special guest: Paul Schroeder, director NTAP
date: February 10, 1998

  1. full text of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (S.652)
    1. Detailed Legislative Status
    2. Summary
  2. Telecommunications Act Accessibility Guidelines
  3. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    1. text-only version of the FCC home page
    2. Listen to FCC Chair Kennard's Address to the '98 JLTLI Conference (requires RealAudio)
    3. text of Chairman Kennard's Address
  4. The W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative
  5. The InterNet Aural Accessibility Protocol, submitted to Microsoft by VICUG NYC
  6. AFB Appeals to Bill Gates to Make a Firm Commitment to Accessibility
  7. Microsoft's Accessibility and Disabilities Web Site
    1. Bill Gates' NYT Op/Ed Piece on Accessibility
    2. An Introduction to Microsoft Active Accessibility
    3. Accessibility Products for Windows and NT
    4. "Simple Steps Toward Accessibility in Home Essentials 98"
  8. Department of Education's Software Accessibility Requirements

Screen Magnification Programs for Windows 95
guest speaker: Hervee Blumers, De Witt & Associates
April 14, 1998

  1. Review of ZoomText Xtra by J.C. Su and Mark Uslan (AFB)
  2. AI Squared
    1. ZoomText Xtra
    2. ZoomText for DOS
    3. VisAbility
    4. Trial Registration for AI Squared products
  3. Henter-Joyce
    1. MAGic (Magnification in Color) Information
      1. free 40-minute MAGic demo
      2. MAGic Timed Evaluation Information
      3. MAGic Software Maintenance Agreement
  4. Peter Verhoeven's Screen Magnifiers Pages

What You Can Do to Affect the FCC's Proposed Recommendations
presenter: Janina Sajka, Vice-President VICUG NYC
May 12, 1998

  1. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (text-only version)
  2. FCC Disabilities Issues Task Force
    1. DITF Telecommunication Act Information
  3. full text of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (S.652)
    1. Detail Legislative Status
    2. Summary
  4. the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for Section 255 is available from the FCC's web site in the following formats:
    1. hypertext
    2. plain ASCII
    3. WordPerfect 5.1
  5. Telecommunications Act Accessibility Guidelines
  6. Ann Morris Enterprises

OpenBook and Atlas Speaks
guest speaker: Teresa Sacko, Arkenstone
date: July 14, 1998

  1. Arkenstone
    1. ArkeNews: What's New at Arkenstone
    2. Open Book
    3. VERA
    4. AtlasSpeaks
    5. Arkenstone's Catalog

DOS-Based Telecommincating on a Windows PC
presenter: Gregory J. Rosmaita
date: February 9, 1999

  1. download the Blynx32 zipfile
  2. download Blynx386
  3. download RealPlayer 5.0 using a speech-friendly form
  4. download WinZip 7.0 for Windows 95/98/NT
  5. PKZip 2.5 (command line interface with long filename support)
  6. PKZip 2.6 (GUI interface)

Survey of Windows Screen-Reader Users:
Recent Improvements in Accessibility
presenters: Crista Earl & Jay Leventhal, AFB Technology Center
date: March 9, 1999

  1. Survey of Windows Screen Reader Users: Recent Improvements in Accessibility
  2. Access to Databases: What Database Programs Can Windows Users with Visual Impairments Use?

Navigating the Windows Environment With a Screen-Reader:
An Analysis of Usability
presenter: Kitch Barnicle, doctoral candidate, Columbia University
date: April 13, 1999

  1. Jakob Nielsen's UseIt!
  2. About Jakob Nielsen
  3. Kitch Barnicle's Home Page

The Internet: The Business Perspective
presenter: Larry Chase, publisher "Web Digest for Marketers"
date: May 11, 1999

  1. the current issue of Web Digest for Marketers
  2. WDFM Archives
  3. Larry Chase's bio

Creating Accessible Kiosks
presenters: Steve Mendelssohn & Karen Gourgey
date: June 8, 1999

  1. Baruch College's Computer Center for Visually Impaired People
  2. Baruch's Talking Directory Display System (TDDS) page
  3. Trace Center's Accessible Touchscreen Kiosk Prototype
  4. Trace Center's Accessible Touchscreen Kiosk With Keyboard
  5. Talking Fingertip: Inexpensive Aural to the Touchscreen Kiosk
  6. information about the KIOSK-L emailing list

Creating Accessible & Entertaining Games for the Blind
presenters: Steven Landau & Crista Earl
date: July 22, 1999

  1. TouchGraphics
  2. Baruch's Talking Directory Display System (TDDS) page
  3. How to Obtain FREE Raised Line Maps of the NYC Subway System
  4. CrissCross Technologies

HomePage Reader: IBM's Self-Voicing Web Browser
presenters: Crista Earl & Jay Levanthal
date: September 14, 1999

  1. Introducing HomePage Reader: A Self-Voicing Web Browser
  2. White Paper on HomePage Reader (Closing the Gap '98)
  3. Download a thirty-day trial version of HomePage Reader
  4. IBM-HPR: a peer support emailing list
  5. National Technology Program Product Evaluations
    1. AccessWorld: A Magazine About Technology for Consumers with Visual Impairments

Ensuring Audio Access in the Information Age: A Demonstration of Products from The Productivity Works
presenter: Ray Ingram, The Productivity Works
date: October 12, 1999

  1. products from Productivity Works
    1. PWWebSpeak: a self-voicing web browser
    2. PWTelephone: a telephone-based web browser
    3. LPStudioPlus: synchronized multimedia recording & editing software
    4. LPPlayer (supports SMIL & Open eBook formats)
    5. PWColors: look up hexidecimal values for colors (free)
  2. SMIL: The Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language
    1. Accessibility Features of SMIL
    2. Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) Specification
    3. SMIL Boston Specification
    4. SYMM: The W3C's Synchronized Multimedia User Interface Domain
  3. The Open eBook Initiative
    1. What are Open eBooks?
    2. The Open eBook Specification
    3. Open eBook Samples
    4. Frequently Asked Questions about Open eBooks
    5. Open eBook Initiative Members
  4. The DAISY Digital Talking Book System
    1. General Information About the DAISY Digital Talking Book
    2. Frequently Asked Questions About DAISY
    3. The DAISY Consortium
      1. DAISY Consortium Members
      2. Joining the DAISY Consortium
      3. The Organization of the DAISY Consortium
    4. The Latest DAISY News
    5. DAISY Product Development
    6. DAISY Consortium Projects
  5. NISO: The National Information Standards Organization

The Present and Future of Window-Eyes
presenters: Clarence Whaley, GW-Micro
date: November 9, 1999

  1. Since the GW-Micro web site is not only "optimized" for javascript & frames-capable browsers, and lacks a valid NOFRAMES equivalent, direct links to particular pieces of information are provided below; if you are adept at, or prefer to use frames, by all means do, but if you follow the links provided below, you may have to use your browser's back button to return to this page in order to traverse GW Micro's site
    1. GW-Micro Product Catalog
    2. GW Micro Technical Support
    3. Window-Eyes Information
      1. Set Files for Window-Eyes
    4. Vocal-Eyes (for DOS)
      1. Set Files for Vocal-Eyes
    5. Technical Support for GW-Micro Products
    6. Latest News About GW-Micro
    7. GW Micro's FTP archive
      (URL ftp://ftp.gwmicro.com)
    8. the latest edition of The Voice of Vision, GW-Micro's quarterly newsletter
      1. back issues of The Voice of Vision

Creating a Directory of Accessible Book Sources / The W3C's Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines / The Future of VICUG NYC / Open Floor
presenters: Audrey Schading, Gregory J. Rosmaita, and YOU
date: February 9, 2000

  1. An Overview of the Authoring Tool Guidelines
    1. Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG)
      1. Conformance Evaluations of Authoring Tools
      2. ATAG Checklist (Linear Format)
      3. ATAG Checklist (Table Format)
      4. Techniques for Authoring Tool Accessibility
      5. ATAG Press Release (3 February 2000)
      6. ATAG Fact Sheet
      7. Testimonials In Support of ATAG
  2. User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG) -- CR Draft
    1. Techniques for User Agent Accessibility
    2. UAAG Impact Matrix
    3. UAAG Implementation Report
    4. User Agent Responsibilities

The Career & Technology Information Bank (CTIB)
presenter: Jay Leventhal
date: June 13, 2000

  1. Information About the CTIB
  2. Request more information or an interview

Web Accessibility, In Theory & Practice
presenter: Crista Earl
date: July 11, 2000


Dancing Dots: Software for the Blind Musician
presenter: Bill McCann (president, Dancing Dots, Inc.)
date: October 10, 2000


JAWS for Windows & MAGic Demonstrations
presenter: Bill Killroy (Freedom Scientific)
date: January 9, 2001

  1. JAWS for Windows Product Information
    1. JAWS for Windows Demonstration Options
    2. JAWS for Windows Pricing Information
  2. MAGic Screen Magnification Program Product Information
    1. Download a FREE Demonstration Copy of MAGic
    2. MAGic Pricing Information
  3. Henter-Joyce
    1. Freedom Scientific (Henter-Joyce's parent company)

Current TouchGraphics Projects
presenter: Steve Landau (TouchGraphics)
date: February 13, 2001

  1. Touch Graphics

eSight Careers Network / Talking Typer & Other New Products from APH
presenters: Fernando Botelho (The Associated Blind) & Audrey Schading (Jewish Guild for the Blind)
date: March 13, 2001

  1. eSight Careers Network: An Online Resource for the Blind/VI
    1. What is the eSight Careers Network?
    2. Become a Member of the eSight Careers Network
    3. The Associated Blind
  2. American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
    1. APH's Product Catalog
    2. Talking Typer Product Description
    3. Download a Demo Copy of Talking Typer

Section 508
presenter: Steve Mendelssohn, Esq.
date: July 10, 2001

  1. Section508.gov: The Federal Information Technology Accessibility Initiative (FITAI)
    1. Questions & Answers about Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Ammendments of 1998
    2. Section 508 & Other Laws Relating to Access to Information & Accessible Technology
    3. Search Section508.gov
  2. Freedom Initiative: Fulfilling America's Promise to Americans with Disabilities
    1. Freedom Initiative text only version
  3. Usability.gov

Digital Talking Books
presenters: Luis Gutierez & Jay Leventhal
date: November 13, 2001

  1. The DAISY Consortium
  2. NLS' Digital Talking Book Information page

Freedom Box: A New Internet Access Product
presenter: Mike Calvo
date: January 8, 2002

  1. Freedom Box Home Page
    1. Freedom Box Product Information
    2. Frequently Asked Questions About Freedom Box
    3. Services Offered Through the Freedom Box Network

New Features in JAWS for Windows 4.01 and MAGic 8.0
presenter: Bill Kilroy, Freedom Scientific
date: March 12, 2002

  1. Freedom Scientific's Home Page
    1. Freedom Scientific's Software Products
    2. Freedom Scientific's Hardware Products
  2. JAWS for Windows
    1. New Features in JAWS 4.01
    2. New Features in JAWS 4.02 Public Beta
    3. JAWS for Windows Pricing
    4. JAWS for Windows Product Documentation
    5. JAWS for Windows Downloads
  3. MAGic
    1. MAGic 8.0 Overview
    2. MAGic Pricing
    3. MAGic Product Documentation
    4. MAGic Downloads

Bookshare.org
presenter: Jay Leventhal
date: April 9, 2002


HumanWare's BrailleNote: A Windows-CE Based Braille Notetaker
presenter: Marlaina Leiberg, HumanWare
date: May 7, 2002


Fleet Bank's Accessible ATM: Where to Find 'Em & How to Use 'Em
presenter: Sally Reilly, FleetBank
date: September 10, 2002


New Features of the Freedom Box,
a self-voicing internet portal
presenter: Mike Calvo, FreedomBox, Inc.
date: October 8, 2002


What's New at Baruch College's Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP)
presenter: Karen Gourgey, CCVIP
date: November 12, 2002

  1. Baruch College's Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP)
  2. Courses & Seminars Offered by the CCVIP
  3. Equipment Consultation Services
  4. Tours of the CCVIP
  5. Courses Recommended for High School Students

PAC Mate: An Accessible PDA
presenters: Bill Kilroy, Freedom Scientific & Myrna Votta, Lighthouse International
date: March 11, 2004

  1. PAC Mate
    1. PAC Mate QX Series (QWERTY keyboard)
    2. PAC Mate BX Series (braille keyboard)
    3. PAC Mate: Questions & Answers
    4. PAC Mate Evaluation Program
    5. PAC Mate Trade-In Program
    6. PAC Mate News
  2. Freedom Scientific Home Page
  3. Lighthouse International
    1. Lighthouse International Text-Only HomePage
    2. Lighthouse International NYC

Book Courier & Book Port
presenter: Jay Leventhal, AFB
date: April 15, 2004

  1. Book Courier

Window-Eyes 4.5
date: May 18, 2004


Optalec's New Speech & Braille Products
presenter: JoAnn Decker, Optalec
date: September 14, 2004


PAC Mate: An Accessible Pocket PC
presenter: Myrna Votta, Lighthouse International
date: November 10, 2004

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