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Welcome to the very first episode of the Cast hosted by Dan hart! The Cast is a show dedicated to everything Android. This week, Dan, Michael, and Jeremy discuss the history of Android and we look at what everyone is using Episode links The history of Android OS: its name, […]

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The iCast is a monthly podcast hosted by Allison Hartley and others to discuss the latest Apple news. On this episode, Allison, Aleeha, Jason, and Michael discuss the following topics. The history of iOS Our introductions to iOS About the podcast Apps we are enjoying are Michael’s Pick: Workflow Jason’s […]

iCast 1: Introductions

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As social media continues to evolve, several applications have promised to be the new Facebook or Instagram, and  one application in particular has gone above and beyond to provide an accessible and user-friendly experience for everyone. How does it work Vero promises to be an app like Instagram. The user […]

Vero: The surprisingly Accessible Social Network

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On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Aleeha Jason and Matt discuss House bill HR620, and the latest in accessible gaming. Here are some links to topics we discussed. H.R.620 – 115th Congress (2017-2018): ADA Education and Reform Act H. R. 620 National Federation of the Blind fact sheet. […]

#iACast 72 HR620 and Accessible Gaming

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Everyone loses track of things. Whether it’s your keys or your luggage, it can be difficult to find. That’s why, on this episode of the iA DemoCast, Aleeha demonstrates a cool and mostly accessible solution to this all too common problem: the Tile. Tile is run by installing a free […]

#iACast DemoCast 15: Tile

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On this episode of the iA Cast, Aleeha, Michael, and Scott discuss the following topics. Updates after HomePod unboxing. Everyone wants one. We discuss the Aira Super Bowl description through YouTube and the conference call Web design and development is a career accessible to everyone. During this episode, we talk […]

#iACast 71 Getting Started with Web Design

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Podcasting has become one of the most popular ways of conveying information; however, podcasts can become quite large in size and length. To help with this issue, Marco Arment came up with the app Forecast for macOS to add organizational features to podcast files. Here’s how it works. Forecast Features […]

Forecast for Mac, A Podcast Organizer

On this episode of the iA UnboxCast, Allison Hartley, Aleeha Dudley, Meaghan Hargrave, Jason Earls, and Michael Doise unbox the Apple HomePod. You won’t want to miss this amazing episode of the UnboxCast! Let us know what you think of the HomePod with the #iACast hashtag, or by emailing feedback@iaccessibility.net

#iACast UnboxCast 17: Apple HomePod

On this episode of the iA cast, Aleeha, Jason, and Michael talk about the following news topics. HomePod includes iTunes Match service You will not find Bluetooth Streaming support in the first version of the HomePod software. Articles and rumors state that Apple will delay features of iOS 12 to […]

#iACast 70: Not A Very Smart Speaker

In this episode, Aleeha Jason, Matt, and Michael discuss the latest news concerning the Apple HomePod, and the importance of learning Braille to improve literacy skills and to support the use of technology.

#iACast 69: HomePod and Importance of Braille

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Welcome back to another episode of the PawdCast. This episode contains a lot of very useful information, so let’s get started First, we interview Julie Johnson, who has trained several guide dogs herself. She is the owner and operator of her website, Guide and Service Dogs,, as well as her Blind […]

The PawdCast 5: Owner Training Your Guide Dog and Delta’s ...