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Hello all, unfortunately we have had to close the web site down due to a lack of a producer of the magazine, so no new material would be produced. The website will remain available as an archive of all the articles we have produced until the currant funding with the host runs out
Another company is offering to take over the magazine. see below for details , Blind Mice Mega Mall.
I am not willing to provide the update details for the talking-computers (UK) website.
Blind Mice Mega Mall have not really made clear what they intend to do with the magazine. How they intend to run it or where the new articles will come fromThe organisers off Talking Computers Terry, Ted, Liz and Ian would like to thank all the past contributers to the magazine. with special mentions to Jim Gamage, Vitor Ferreira, Carla Savage, Shane Jackson, David Griffith and Bill tatum.
As of today, June First, the talkingcomputers.com website is active. However, the online distribution of the magazine will soon continue under the direction of Blind Mice Fm, a new internet radio station created by the Blind Mice Mega-mall. The station itself will syndicate the full magazine once a month, after which individual articles in the magazine issue will rerun every week. The date of syndication is to be determined.
There is currently no change slated for USB stick listeners who plan to continue receiving issues via mail.
Do let me know your thoughts concerning this announcement, and I can make changes where necessary. (see new web site)
Thanks! Best regards, Jack
Talking Computers is a free monthly audio magazine about using computers; especially for visually-impaired people who use screen-readers and other aids.
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Please do not be put off by this, the subjects dealt with are not usually complex, some of the articles may prove useful to the sighted as well and many of the web sites recommended on this site are not only for the visually-impaired, but are sites that have been found easy to use.
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