Software Makes iTunes Accessible to Blind

Blind-rights activists had noticed that blind people couldn’t independently access iTunes or the iTunes U service. Jim Denham, the assistive technology coordinator at the Perkins School for the Blind, is looking forward to spending this rainy weekend, at home, on his computer. Thanks to a technological advance, Denham, who is blind, can sit at home by himself and browse among the thousands of audio books, podcasts and albums digitally stored on Apple’s iTunes

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