A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Tag: accessability

Randy and team go through the electrical shock portion of the Tough Mudder race in 2015
07 Sep
Eradicating Obstacles with a New Tough Mudder Video

By Randy Pierce This might look like our somewhat famous "Oberto Heroes of Summer" video highlighting approaches to obstacles and life,

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Randy stands in a well lit room wearing a dark blue shirt with the letters CIM on it and pointing to his outstretched arm with an apple watch on it.
07 Apr
Technology Tidbits: My Apple Watch Series 4

“Creativity is just connecting things” – Steve Jobs It has been awhile since I’ve talked technology on the blog despite a fair

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New Boston Tether requirement is short against Randy’s forearm. One size doesn’t fit all!
04 Feb
Boston Marathon creates a major tether challenge

Running the Boston Marathon totally blind holds more than sufficient challenge, such as the arduous training requirements on

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23 Sep
A Technology Moment: Exploring the World with AIRA

By Randy Pierce One of the recent benefits I found through the work of Future In Sight came with an outstanding technology seminar I have

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27 Feb
Guest blog: It’s all about access

By Rick Stevenson This seems a fitting time for us to re-issue a 2020 guest blog post originally published two years ago on the topic of

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06 Jan
Apple for the Teacher

By Randy Pierce A few years back, I entered the cell phone world with considerable expense and difficulty as the accessibility of cell

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25 Apr
Touch Screens: Accessible, Usable, Astounding

by Randy Pierce “No offense, Randy, but how in the world are you going to use a touch screen given your total blindness” I've heard

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