Blind Resources info
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
  blind business you got to check out!
I just love it!
It is so cool to find out about blind folks and their contributions to the community and nation!
I just found out about blind treasures. They sell a variety of goodies. Here is what it says about them on their about us page:
Company Information
Blind Treasures physical presence is in Richmond, Virginia. We have been doing business since 1999 in the blind community. Offering great prices on a variety
of general merchandise and providing our customers with fast, friendly service, more times than not, on a first name
basis, is how we built our reputation and achieved such longevity.
In 2003, we determined to apply the same principles to our "cyber" store. And while we eagerly embrace the technologies the Internet affords, such as, "at
your convenience" shopping carts and communications via e-mail, we also provide person to person customer service, available at (804-266-3062). We are
committed to giving you the best service you can find anywhere. Whether you wish to place your order by phone, or have a question or concern, we are here
to help.
Customer Service Office Hours
Monday- Friday
8:00AM-5:30PM, EST
We understand a customer can elect to purchase from a variety of different sources, however, that is only part of what a customer deserves and expects.
At Blind Treasures, we are committed to providing you with unmatched customer service. Our customers do notice the difference.
If you're apprehensive about doing business with a company many miles from you, we invite you to take some time and inquire about us. We'll be here.
Sunday, June 10, 2007
  another great blind resource website!
I just found out about Lynn White and his great page!
Lynn is the list owner and moderator for Blind Tech. The purpose of this list is to exchange information about technology
from the view of blind people.
To join, send a blank email to
In addition if you are blind, in to music or a Christian, you will find Lynn's personal websites of interest. Check it out at:
Saturday, June 02, 2007
  accessible CD burner and ripper freeware:
I just checked out this website and the programs and it is very accessable and most of the programs are free to download.
Check the product line out at: is a website administered by Joey Stuckey of Macon, Georgia U.S.A. The purpose of this site is to provide blind computer users with important information, product reviews, resources and real-world results with regard to software usage for the blind as well as script implementation and usage for Jaws For Windows plus any other information pertinent to the blind computer user. Visit our website for more info.

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