You’ve saved up and waited patiently for tickets to the popular musical “Hamilton” on Broadway, only to find that there are no audio described performances available. You’re therefore concerned that you’ll not be able to enjoy it as fully as everyone else. What do you do?
If you’re Mark Lasser, you encourage those responsible to offer at least some audio described performances. When that fails, you file a lawsuit seeking a change. Mark joins us on The Blind Side to discuss his legal action.
With a smartphone in your pocket, you have an abundant bookshelf. With so many apps and services out there, it can be confusing to know which apps to use when, and which services provide the most accessible experience in any given situation. Judy Dixon has written a book called “The Abundant Bookshelf” published by national Braille Press, to make sense of it all.
And following our repost of Tara Briggs’s interview with Jon [...]