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

Deo Mwano, standing with open arms on the street.
08 Nov
Future In Sight strides forward to reach underserved communities

"As part of our mission, we have long felt passionate about understanding and delivering on the needs of those who live with profound

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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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