Web-based program gives the blind Internet access

Lindsay Yazzolino, a Brown University student, demonstrates WebAnywhereBy DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP, Associated Press Writer

SEATTLE – Blind people generally use computers with the help of screen-reader software, but those products can cost more than $1,000, so they’re not exactly common on public PCs at libraries or Internet cafes. Now a free new web-based program for the blind aims to improve the situation. Continue reading “Web-based program gives the blind Internet access”