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In episode 3 of the JL Applied Technologies Podcast, we talk about alternative operating systems to Windows. We feature Mac Os from Apple, and Ubuntu Linux from Canonical. We talk about advantages and disadvantages of using both systems, as well as accessibility challenges incountered while using them. J talks about the learning curve of… Continue reading No Windows? No Problem!
After many technical issues, we’re back with episode 2 of the JL Applied Technologies podcast. In this show, we talk about the accessibility history of Android, and what accessibility is like in Jelly Bean. We cover business for the podcast, such as a properly working Ogg feed, and the fact that there won’t be any… Continue reading A look at the Nexus 4 from an accessibility viewpoint
After a long long time, we’re finally here with our first podcast episode. We introduce ourselves, and talk about the podcast in terms of what we hope it to be, and its format, and so-on. We also have an unexpected guest make it’s appearance. So without further a do, make yourselves comfortable, and you can… Continue reading Do you want to see my pal?