We gather to mourn the demise of the FilmStruck streaming service, a lifeline for cord-cutting fans of classic and art film, and a way to pass film history on to new generations. We also offer you an amazing array of links.
Smart speakers have very much been a part of this fall's tech product announcement season. On this episode, we kick the various speakers and virtual assistants around, and give some thought to their place in our lives.
What is dark mode, or what should it be? How have the various mobile and desktop OS makers actually implemented the mainstream dream version of what users with visual disabilities have known for years as inverted colors?
I let the fall Apple event soak in for a couple of days before rounding up some folks to talk about it. Watches, phones, and new iOS features are all on the bill of fare. And Mikah and David share their Apple addictions.
I'm talking to two CEOs who run small tech companies, and who, for my money, excel in communicating about what they're doing in honest, transparent ways. In other words, they don't speak Corporate-ese when they tell you about the things they make.
Sal Soghoian is the man behind Apple automation. For almost 20 years, Sal made sure automation was a part of the Mac, whether advocating personally with Steve Jobs, or building tools like Automator that allow users to customize their Macs.
We're describing audio description with audio. How do movies or TV shows acquire audio description? Which streaming services are heroes, and which fall short? Who describes, and how does description work? And how can you find described content?
Personal computers have been around long enough that many of us have fond memories of a formative device, a technology, or an operating system. Some of us collect obsolete hardware; others recall the history because they were a part of making it.
Parallel is a tech podcast with accessibility sprinkles. It's new on Relay FM. Meet the show, meet the host, and find out what comes next.