[nabs] Who are you, and what are you studying?
dornetta at gmail.com
Sun Sep 25 22:58:51 EDT 2011
LOL @ Ty but please share, where did you purchase the keyboard...I love my
iPhone but hate that touch screen :-)
"Just because you are blind, does not mean you lack vision"-Stevie Wonder
----- Original Message -----
From: "Littlefield, Tyler" <tyler at tysdomain.com>
To: "Discussion list for NABS,National Alliance of Blind Students."
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Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2011 9:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nabs] Who are you, and what are you studying?
> Most people (including me) cheated and got the keyboard. If she wrote that
> with the touch screen, I'm really amazed. It'd take me 10 minutes to write
> a quarter, so I got mad and just bought a qwerty. :)
> On 9/25/2011 7:09 PM, Olivia Norman wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm Olivia, and I'm not actually a student at the moment, though I'm
>> trying to figure out what I should get a masters in in order to advance
>> my career with Apple. I've worked for Apple for a little over a year at
>> their retail store in DC. I've also gotten the opportunity to do some
>> testing for accessibility in Apple's internal systems, this is
>> undoubtedly my favorite part of the job, as it takes me out to corporate
>> head quarters in Cupertino, which is where I am eventually looking to end
>> Before working for Apple I studied psychology and communications, and did
>> a year of social work school, but dropped out when a job offer came
>> along! :)
>> That's me in a nutshell. Thanks for posting, good discussion! :)
>> P.S, Caitlin, I'm super impressed you wrote such a lengthy message from
>> your iPhone. I think you might be a better typer than me on it! :)
>> "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower", Steve Jobs
>> On Sep 25, 2011, at 5:33 PM, Icewolf wrote:
>>> I forgot to put in my earlier post that I am working on my Bachelors
>>> degree. I also have an Associates degree in Electronics Technology from
>>> before I went blind. Iam an avid Mudder as well.
>>> Greg W.
>>> Yesterday is forever gone, tomorrow may never come, today is the day of
>>> all days.
>>> On 9/25/2011 8:17 PM, Icewolf wrote:
>>>> My name is Greg Wocher. Ihave been blind for a bit over nine years. I
>>>> lost my eyesight from complications from diabetes. I have been a
>>>> diabetic for 32 years. I am 36 years old and am a single father of an
>>>> eight year old. His name is Tristen. I am currently a Computer
>>>> Information Systems major specializing in web development and
>>>> administration. I take my classes online at DeVry University.
>>>> Greg Wocher
>>>> Yesterday is forever gone, tomorrow may never come, today is the day of
>>>> all days.
>>>> On 9/25/2011 6:34 PM, NABS SecondVP wrote:
>>>>> Hi guys,
>>>>> I have always found this list to be incredibly supportive and
>>>>> interesting. I just thought it'd be fun if we introduced ourselves and
>>>>> put an identity with the person that just answered the question that
>>>>> was making you loose sleep for days.
>>>>> Ready, set, go....yes, I fully respect that I'm super lame. *grin*
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