Volume XLI November 2002 No. 4
Published By The American Council of the Blind
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© 2002 American Council of the Blind
Christopher Gray, President
Charles H. Crawford, Executive Director
Penny Reeder, Editor
Sharon Lovering, Editorial Assistant
Table of Contents
- In Memoriam: Richard N. Brown, by Hollis Liggett
- Describing Joann, by Elmer Fischer
- President's Message: Where Does Our Future Lead?, by Chris Gray
- New ACB Task Force Moves Transportation to the Forefront, by Alice Richhart and Ron Brooks
- Woofers, Whackers and Where Do We Go From Here?, by Charles H. Crawford
- Summary: The Fall Meeting of the ACB Board of Directors, by Charles S.P. Hodge
- ACB Scholarships Available to Blind Students
- Easier Airline Screening for Disabled Travelers, by Matthew L. Wald
- Affiliate News
- When a Horse Is More Than Just a Horse, by Missy Bender
- More Than Blind Luck, by Mike Strobel
- Come Join Us at Ski for Light in Alaska in 2003, by Patricia Beattie
- A Letter to General Motors: Please Make "The Civil War" Accessible, from Rudy Lutter
- British Quarantine Dropped for Canadian, U.S. Pets
- Making Life More Livable: A Book of Simple Solutions for Coping with Vision Loss in Later Life, by Sharon Lovering
- How Do You Say Those Biblical Names: New Book Available in Braille and Large Print, by Steve Bauer
- Here and There, by Billie Jean Keith
- Playing Poker with Buddies, Blind and Sighted, from All Over the World: It's Possible with ZForm's New Online Game, by Alicia Verlager
- Award Brings Tears of Joy to Flint Township Woman, by Kim Crawford
- High Tech Swap Shop
- Voice-It Is Coming to Town!, by Santa and Mrs. Claus
In the July-August 2002 issue of the Forum, the name of Jim Gashel was misspelled ("How I Spent President's Day Weekend, Or What I Did on My Mid-winter Trip to Baltimore"). We regret the error.
There was an error in the address for the Access Technology Competencies Task Force web site, where one can view and comment upon lists of suggested competencies for assistive technology specialists. The correct address is: http://www.tsbvi.edu/technology/afb/.
Because of the ever-changing nature of the Internet and e- mail, the e-mail address given for Philmore Productions ("Here and There," September 2002) was incorrect. The new one is [email protected].
The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and to improve quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people.