An Accessible Way to Make Coffee

This podcast was submitted by Shaun Williams. You can contact this contributor via their email at Shaunteckno@gmail.com.

This is a podcast that demonstrates an accessible way to make coffee, so you don’t have to depend on your parents or sighted people to help you at all! Like I said in my podcast, we as blind people can’t always depend on sighted people to do stuff for us! We need to learn to do things for ourselves! Please Note: This podcast is done in stereo, so you can hear where abouts I am in the kitchen. Putting on headphones while listening to this podcast can really help! Thank you, and I hope you really enjoy this podcast, and that you find it very useful.

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technology for blind people.

This podcast was submitted by Joseph. You can contact this contributor via their email at dj.vision20@gmail.com.

This pod cast features the research feature in jaws 15.

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Virtual Audio Cable

This podcast was submitted by Virtual Audio Cable. You can contact this contributor via their email at tysonsylvester123@gmail.com.

i show you how to use Virtual Audio Cable

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demo of tweetlist pro for twitter

This podcast was submitted by Mabelin Ticket. You can contact this contributor via their email at mabelinticket94@gmail.com.

In this podcast I demonstrate some of the features in tweetlist as well as go over all the settings. If you’d like to get a hold of me, tweet me @mabelinticket94 and email mabelinticket94@gmail.com or Skype me. My Skype username is mabelin.ticket94

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a look at tweetings for IOS

This podcast was submitted by Mabelin Ticket. You can contact this contributor via their email at mabelinticket94@gmail.com.

Here I talk about and demonstrate some of the things you can do with tweetings, as well as go over some of the settings which of course you can customize at your preference.

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An Informal Demo of the Denon Remote App

This podcast was submitted by Davy Kager. You can contact this contributor via their email at mail@davykager.nl.

This is a very informal demonstration and exploration of the Denon Remote App, available for iOS and Android, that serves as a remote control for various Denon network audio/video players. In this podcast, the app was used with a Denon RCD-N8 audio-only receiver and matching speakers. This app makes operation of these Denon devices very easy and accessible for blind and visually impaired users. The only part that really requires sighted assistance is the initial setup.
Links of interest:
The app for iOS
The app for Android

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Happy New Years From BGZ

This podcast was submitted by Rick Harmon. You can contact this contributor via their email at rharmon@blind-geek-zone.net.

I just wanted to wish everyone a happy new years and wanted to let people know why I’ve been slow getting back to them.

It’s no surprise that a growing resource like the Blind Geek Zone takes plenty of money to stay online and free to thousands each month. Please consider sparing a few dollars to keep us going—make a contribution to the Blind Geek Zone today!

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Odin VI, a talking feature phone

This podcast was submitted by Cullen Gallagher. You can contact this contributor via their email at cullen.gallagher@gmail.com.

In the podcast, i review the Odin VI, a fully accessible feature phone from Odin Mobile. We put the phone threw its payses. Everything on the phone talks including sending text messages, checking the call log, as well as changing settings. You can get the phone from www.odinmobile.com

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Zamzar re-Submitted

This podcast was submitted by Mike Bernard. You can contact this contributor via their email at mbern6516@aol.com.

Have you ever wanted to open a file that someone has sent you, only to find out that you can’t, simply because you don’t have supporting software? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Join me, Mike, as I guide you on a tour of Zamzar. You’ll learn how to use this intuitive system to convert files from Inaccessible to accessible, all in one sweep, and what’s even better? there’s no software to download. Be sure to fassin your seatbelts, as we’re likely to run into some turbulance from the technology storm.

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Two very useful IOS apps for the blind

This podcast was submitted by Shaun Williams. You can contact this contributor via their email at shaunteckno@gmail.com.

Hello everyone! In this podcast, I review Digit-Eyes, and Tap-Tap-See, Two very useful IOS apps for the blind. I hope everyone finds this podcast useful. jNote: I would prefer to be contacted through Skype.

My Skype name is: teckno.freek

Thanks very much, and I hope you enjoy the podcast!

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over view of the HTC1 running stock carier rom

This podcast was submitted by Dan Mathis. You can contact this contributor via their email at danny.mathis@gmail.com.

I show how accessible the HTC1 is when using the home screen know as equal eyes. We go over a quick over view of the phone itself and you get to hear how great the speakers are on this phone.

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Bunn My Cafe MCU

This podcast was submitted by Matt. You can contact this contributor via their email at matt.from.florida@gmail.com.

Over view and demonstration of Bunn My Café MCU beverage maker/coffee pot
Also links to Bunn site and manual for it!

http://www.bunnathome.com/products/single-serve/my-cafe-mcu

http://www.bunnathome.com/sites/bunnathome.com/files/43460_0002D%20MYCAFE_Use_Care_manual_English.pdf

http://www.bunnathome.com/sites/bunnathome.com/files/43461_0000B%20MC%20Quick%20Set-Up%20GuideLR_0.pdf

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Steps to a good podcast

This podcast was submitted by Rick Harmon. You can contact this contributor via their email at rharmon@blind-geek-zone.net.

I talk briefly about some of the things that cause a podcast to not be as good as it can be. These are some general things you’ll want to do when creating a podcast for submission to BGZ and in general help you to just produce better recordings overall.

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An Introduction to Mainstream Gaming for the Blind

This podcast was submitted by John Moore. You can contact this contributor via their email at coasterfreak88@mac.com.

In this podcast, Brandon Cole and Orin join me to discuss mainstream video gaming and how consoles can be used by the blind. We only touch the tip of the iceberg; we are aware of that. THis podcast includes main menu demos for both XBox 360 and PS3 consoles. I apologize for the poor editinig; this was due to tech issues.

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Replay Music 6 Sneak Preview

This podcast was submitted by Petro Giannakopoulos. You can contact this contributor via their email at petrogia@clear.net.

Replay Music 6 Sneak Preview
Will soon be released. Not available yet.
Audio Tutorial Recording showing Replay Music 6 with JAWS 14
Replay Music Website
http://applian.com/replay-music/
Skype: petrogia
Eastern Time USA

Replay Music: The Audio Recorder That Identifies & Tags Songs Automatically.
For: Recording Streaming Music
System Requirements: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP.

Record MP3’s From Any Website
With Replay Music 6 you can record also in FLAC, M4A, OGG and WMA formats.
Record Music from any Web Site
Automatically Tags Tracks
Saves High Quality MP3 Files

Great for Discovering New Music
Precise Track Splitting
Record Music from Videos

Wouldn’t it be great if you could download MP3s from online radio stations, Music Videos, Digital Music Services, or anywhere else, automatically? With the artist, album, song and genre placed into the file for you? You can by recording with the Replay Music audio recorder.

Audio Tutorial showing Replay Music 6 being used with JAWS 14,
The interface like the buttons, list view, settings window navigation, start recording session window, list view and the applications keyboard key, recording one song from a music stream, song identified by track number, title, artist, album, genre and time length, how to edit the song, how to tag track if not recognized, deleting the song from the list view.

Discount Promo Codes
SUITEBB – is still available until the end of the year.
It offers $15 off the Suite.

RARNBB – offers $4 off Replay Music.

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some updates on human talker project

This podcast was submitted by Brandon T. You can contact this contributor via their email at brandongold98@gmail.com.

In this podcast, I take a moment to answer a question many of you are probably asking: Where is the next version of human talker?

I also talk about my new mailing list for human talker which is how you get help and your questions answered.
To post to the human talker mailing list after you subscribe, please send mail to:
humantalker@freelists.org
and, to subscribe, go to

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Scrolling Battles and Scrolling Battles Ultimate tutorial

This podcast was submitted by Mason Armstrong. You can contact this contributor via their email at masonarm@gmail.com.

In this podcast, I demo my games, scrolling battles and Scrolling Battles Ultimate.
If you want to download scrolling battles, visit The MTG Studios website

Note, this file is encoded at 48khz and may not play on all players.

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BGZ Podcast 74 – Keurig K65 K-cup brewer demo

This podcast was submitted by Rick Harmon. You can contact this contributor via their email at rharmon@blind-geek-zone.net.

I demonstrate how a blind person can use a keurig k-cup brewer system, in this case the K65. I describe the unit and then I brew a hot fresh cup of coffee.

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Sega Game Gear Review

This podcast was submitted by Shaun Williams. You can contact this contributor via their email at shaunteckno@gmail.com.

This podcast is about the Sega Game Gear. I describe how a blind person can play this Video Game system, and why a blind person would even want to. I got the Sega Game Gear a couple of weeks ago, and I thought everyone out in Blind Geek Zone Land would enjoy it. Please feel free to email or Skype me if you have any questions.

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star conquest part 3 space combat for cadets

This podcast was submitted by brandon. You can contact this contributor via their email at breedto@gmail.com.

I talk about space combat and how to fly using manual navigation

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Sleep timer use on the Talking MP3 Players

This podcast was submitted by Laz Mesa. You can contact this contributor via their email at accessibleelectronics@gmail.com.

In this podcast, I show you how to use the sleep timer feature on the Talking MP3 Players so that you can fall asleep listening to your favorite tunes, audiobook, or FM radio. The player will shut itself off after a predetermined amount of time has passed.

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new wifi features in victor reader stream 4.2

This podcast was submitted by Cullen Gallagher. You can contact this contributor via their email at Cullen.gallagher@gmail.com.

In the podcast, I show you the two new Wi-Fi features that were added in Victor reader stream version 4.2. They are direct download of book share books and NFB newsline newspapers.

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Making the thunderbird inbox read more familiar for jaws users!

This podcast was submitted by Geovanni Bahena. You can contact this contributor via their email at gs122809@gmail.com.

I show how to make the thunderbird inbox read more familiar with jaws for those that have used outlook, outlook express and similar other clients.

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hp g61 laptop

This podcast was submitted by raymond lombardi. You can contact this contributor via their email at ray214@gmail.com.

I describe my hp g61 laptop, including the size of the laptop, what it looks like and the specs of my laptop

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Zoom H6 Recorder Review

This podcast was submitted by Neal Ewers. You can contact this contributor via their email at neal.ewers@ravenswood.org.

I describe the recorder, offer lots of sound samples, and discuss many of the options available on this top of the line recorder.

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Using Talking WinPE Mega Disk to Install Windows 7

This podcast was submitted by armando Maldonado. You can contact this contributor via their email at armando.maldonado0767@gmail.com.

In this podcast, I demonstrate how to use the Mega Disk that is included in the Talking Windows 7 PE and install Windows 7 without sighted help. The mega disk has both 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows 7 included in the ISO image file. You can refer to Rick’s podcast in which he explains what the Talking WinPE environment is all about, how to burn the files, as well as helpful tips and tricks in using the included utilities to burn the images at:
http://www.blind-geek-zone.net/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/3-98839556b66feeea5fbbaaad6c392a4c/2013/09/TalkingWinPEDemo.mp3
You can get the necessary files which includes the Talking Windows 7 PE at:
http://onj4.andrelouis.com/twpe/twpe_r2.zip

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AmbuTech Eye Glasses Demonstration

This podcast was submitted by Shaun Williams. You can contact this contributor via their email at shaunteckno@gmail.com.

This is a wonderful podcast about some really cool eyeglasses that can be used as a mobility aid along with the white cane or a guide dog.I got them yesterday, and I thought that the rest of you vision. impaired People, like myself, would be interested in these glasses, too.

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Talking WinPE Demonstration

This podcast was submitted by Rick Harmon. You can contact this contributor via their email at rharmon@blind-geek-zone.net.

I demonstrate Brian Smarts Talking WinPE project. I talk about what you need to do in order to run the environment, what you need to do to your computer BIOS settings as well as showing you how to burn the images to boot from. I show the talking WinPE environment up and running and finally I install Windows 7 on a computer without any sighted assistance.

You can visit:

Talking Windows Pre-installation Environment | BryanSmart.com

to get the package.

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What’s New in Human Talker 0.6

This podcast was submitted by Brandon T. You can contact this contributor via their email at brandongold98@gmail.com.

In this podcast, me and one of my beta testers take you through the new Human Talker synthesizer version 0.6. The info page for this is at:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7820627/humantalker.htm

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Slice audio file splitter

This podcast was submitted by Bobby Vinton. You can contact this contributor via their email at bvinton@optonline.net.

it is a program by a company nch soft ware

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