Monthly Archives: December 2011

Let’s Dialogue About the Dark

Dialogue in the Dark is a pretty good thing. They employ people who are blind from the community to man the tours and do other jobs, they educate about blindness and facilitate discussion about blindness and mobility.  It kind of … Continue reading

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Warm Coats and Warm Hearts for Empowering Our Youth

Empowering Our Youth, disABILITY LINK’s advocacy program for youth with disabilities, is giving back and wants you to join us. We are participating in the “Warm Coats Warm Hearts” drive sponsored by Good Morning America and Supported by Burlington Coat factory. Please … Continue reading

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The Wizard of Oz

My journey through the magical land of bureaucracy with the beloved Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) continues.  I called in (again) to try and see why my complaint had not be responded to (again) and told that the “Superintendent” would … Continue reading

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Give Feedback Get a Gift Card

NCR is conducting research on accessible input devices to use with kiosks.  We are looking for volunteer participants with various disabilities- such as wheelchair users, persons with manual dexterity challenges, and those with visual impairments.  For the study you will … Continue reading

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