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Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
6:00 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
iPod Touch: Audio Formats
What audio formats does the iPod Touch support?
Friday, January 6th, 2012
11:48 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
Playing streaming audio on the iPod Touch
How do I save MP3 files from online live streaming radio stations to my iPod Touch so that I can easily access them but also so that they will not play/be stored along with my MUSIC files? Where would I save the live streaming MP3 files to make this happen?
Monday, January 2nd, 2012
11:11 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
Mobile Sites/Apps for TV Listings
Are there any mobile web sites that have minimal if no graphics and that are accessible with either MobileSpeak or VoiceOver that give you TV listings? Also, are there any apps accessible via MobileSpeak or VoiceOver that do the same thing? If so, what are they?
Saturday, December 10th, 2011
3:51 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
Updating Existing Contacts on my Phone
How do I update an existing contact on my HP iPAQ Glisten with Windows Mobile 6.5? When I go to my Phone window and select the number I want to use to update my existing contact then hit Edit, none of my existing contacts come up, just stuff like "New contact", "Pay my bill", etc. (I am with AT&T and their customer service couldn't help me.)
Friday, February 20th, 2009
3:44 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
Samsung Guide Dog Commercial
I've been hearing of late a commercial put on by Samsung where a Korean girl talks about how she lost her sight 15 years ago and has "seen far more than ever before" (or something like that) now that she has her guide dog. Does anyone know what's going on visually in this commercial?
Monday, January 19th, 2009
12:31 pm
[aurora_nebulosa]
Has anyone ever had this happen?
TOday, I went to an eating facility on my college campus only to find, unexpectedly, that it was closed. There was also another young (sighted) lady waiting with me. Someone eventually came out to us to let us know that the facility wouldn't be opened until later because of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Yet, this person went on to say, "But, Misty, you can come in, anyway to get some food." I was rather taken aback and reluctant to go forward, since they weren't going to let the other lady next to me in, but reluctantly accepted while she left. Have any of you been treated "more than equal" or "superior" to others in this kind of way because of your disability? If so, how have you responded? Did you accept graciously? Did you accept, as I did, reluctantly? Or, did you outright refuse to be treated differently, even if it was "better" than the rest?

Honestly, I felt quite bad about what the other lady was put through. I want to be treated equally -- no better, no worse.
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