Today’s episode may be accompanied by the sound of Kim’s birds, as it was a gorgeous spring-like day in NC when we recorded this podcast. It was also Kim’s grandmother’s 88th birthday.
We begin the episode by sharing about our free monthly class for March. We’ll be talking about both high and low tech ways to access and read books with little or no physical vision. This is a topic which includes lots of exciting avenues and methods, so we’re excited to share a myriad of ways in which you can find reading material for work or pleasure. The class will be held on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 8:30 PM eastern time. For all relevant information, please sign up for our free teleclasses mailing list to learn more.
Next, Lisa reminds listeners about the new Stress Les , Browse Happy internet navigation tutorial that we recently released, and discusses why she feels it’s so important for so many people.
Speaking of new tutorials, our tutorial on the Google Home is available for preorder and will be released on Thursday, March first. We share some exciting facts about it in this episode, and show you a couple of fun Google Home-related demos.
Chris provides a demo of the little sister of the Google Home family, the Google Home Mini, and shows you a few things that it can do.
Did you know that Kim and Chris have both adopted pets? Wel, that’s thanks to Google Home, too. We show you the fun, interactive Sound Pet game, and Lisa adopts a sound pet of her own.
We close by sharing Lisa’s demo of a great little program that we couldn’t live without, Ninite.
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