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MRTP 153: Robin Has the Special Version


In Episode 153 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • Follow-up: Holly’s Orbit update
  • Apple Pay annoyances
  • Shelly at CSUN
  • iPhone battery health
  • VoiceOver and the word “Emoji”
  • Mac OS and 32 bit apps
  • Smart Invert Colours in Safari
  • Audio Description in public
  • Audio Description in iTunes
  • Twitter and API changes
  • Flicktype
  • ABBYY FineReader

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This episode is sponsored by iOS Access for All, a book by Shelly Brisbin. Learn to use your iPhone or iPad accessibly. Get it at  iosaccessbook.com.


MRTP 152: Big Squidgy Things


In Episode 152 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights primarily discuss Apple’s education event. We also briefly talk about the Proposed disability related emoji, and a Keyboard patent from Apple.

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MRTP 151: Perfect Programmer Geek Nerd Guy


In Episode 151 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • Holly’s Orbit Reader Woes
  • John’s HomePod
  • Micro.blog
  • Texas School for the Blind students learning to code
  • The death of Stephen Hawking

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This episode is brought to you by Holly’s perfectly Posh. Perfectly Posh is a line of skin care products with naturally based ingredients that are good for your skin and designed to pamper. To learn more or to order visit my website. If you don’t feel comfortable ordering online, feel free to get in touch with me. My twitter is listed above.


MRTP 150: Website Twitter is Terrible Twitter


In Episode 150 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • The end of Nicecast
  • Microsoft’s Soundscape app
  • The end of Twitter for Mac
  • Twitterrific for Mac

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This episode is sponsored by iOS Access for All, a book by Shelly Brisbin. Learn to use your iPhone or iPad accessibly. Get it at  iosaccessbook.com.