[games_access] remove Re: games_access Digest, Vol 159, Issue 2

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>    1. Fwd: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now Available
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>    2. Re: Fwd: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now Available
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> From: Dan Fischbach <blindwolf8 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [games_access] Fwd: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now
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> A game reveiw made its way into the newsletter again.
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> Dan Fischbach, Net+, MCP
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> Proud NJIT (BS) and UCF/FIEA (MS) graduate
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> From: AccessWorld <accessworld at afb.net>
> Date: Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 3:22 PM
> Subject: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now Available
> To: AFB Subscriber <afbweb at afb.net>
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>
> AFB American Foundation
> for the Blind <http://www.afb.org>
> TM
>
> Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss
>
> *The December issue of AccessWorld <http://www.afb.org/aw/main.asp> is now
> available on our website.*
>
> This issue features:
> - Editor's Page: 'Tis the Season
> <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171201>
> - The 2016 AccessWorld Gift Guide, by Deborah Kendrick
> <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171202>
> Giving gifts is a pleasure understood in every culture and every language,
> and we at AccessWorld try to help jumpstart your creativity each year with
> some ideas that will be fun to give for those who are blind or low vision
> -- and just as much fun to receive.
> - 2016 Accessible Recipes for Holiday Cooking and Entertaining, by Janet
> Ingber <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171203>
> For both beginner and advanced cooks, there are numerous websites and iOS
> apps to go to for recipes. The iOS apps were easier to navigate than the
> websites. If you have an iOS device, I would use the apps and forgo the
> websites.
> - Game Review: Timecrest: The Door by Sneaky Crab, Incorporated, by Jamie
> Pauls <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171204>
> In this article, we will take a look at yet another work of interactive
> fiction--Timecrest: The Door by Sneaky Crab, Incorporated. For me, at
> least, Timecrest stands out from many of the other interactive fiction
> games I've played recently, and I will attempt to explain why. Also, I
> believe that the developers of Timecrest deserve some recognition for the
> work they have put into implementing VoiceOver accessibility into this
> game, playable on iOS devices and the Apple Watch.
> - *Microsoft Word with NVDA*: A Review of the Latest NV Access Training
> Guide, by Bill Holton <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171205>
> Although Microsoft Word with NVDA is targeted primarily at users of the
> free NVDA screen reader, this book would be equally valuable for the JAWS,
> or Window-Eyes user. Its step by step progression from basic to advance
> features with plenty of review and hands-on practice make this a must-have
> book for anyone who is either learning to use MS Word or for accessibility
> trainers who teach the program to sight-impaired individuals. Power users
> may also benefit from the book's depth of coverage--especially regarding
> obscure features which are rarely used.
> - What's New in MacOS Sierra and the New MacBooks, by Janet Ingber
> <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171206>
> Apple has recently released both a new version of the Mac operating system,
> dubbed MacOS Sierra, and also announced new additions to its MacBook
> lineup. Sierra has some excellent new features. Siri and Universal
> Clipboard make the update worthwhile on their own. Also, the new VoiceOver
> features including new voices and verbosity options are a welcome addition.
> - A Conversation with Lainey Feingold about her new book: Structured
> Negotiation, a Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, by Bill Holton
> <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171207>
> Over the past 20 years Ms. Feingold and various co-counsel have been
> instrumental in successfully negotiating over 60 accessibility settlements
> with companies and communities. Now she's sharing her knowledge and
> experiences with others in her new book, *Structured Negotiation, A Winning
> Alternative to Lawsuits.* To whet your appetite, we asked Lainey Feingold
> to share with our readers the ten most important things she would like all
> vision-impaired individuals and those who advocate on their behalf to know
> about structured negotiations.
> - W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative: Leading the Charge in Web
> Accessibility Across the Globe, by John Rempel
> <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171208>
> The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) plays a leading role pertaining to
> digital access and the Web. The organization launched the Web Accessibility
> Initiative (WAI) in 1997 which was established as an effort to improve the
> accessibility of the World Wide Web for people with disabilities.
> - *AccessWorld* News <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171209>
> - Letters to the Editor <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/
> pub.asp?DocID=aw171210>
>
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> From: Ian Hamilton <i_h at hotmail.com>
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> Ah nice, I saw some really interesting stuff about timecrest's efforts
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> Ian
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> From: games_access <games_access-bounces at igda.org> on behalf of Dan
> Fischbach <blindwolf8 at gmail.com>
> Sent: 13 December 2016 00:53
> To: IGDA GA SIG Mailing List
> Subject: [games_access] Fwd: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now
> Available
>
> A game reveiw made its way into the newsletter again.
>
> Dan Fischbach, Net+, MCP
> W: danfischbach.com<http://danfischbach.com> P: 609-458-7920
> Proud NJIT (BS) and UCF/FIEA (MS) graduate
> Please consider the environment before printing this email
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: AccessWorld <accessworld at afb.net<mailto:accessworld at afb.net>>
> Date: Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 3:22 PM
> Subject: The December Issue of AccessWorld Is Now Available
> To: AFB Subscriber <afbweb at afb.net<mailto:afbweb at afb.net>>
>
>
>
> AFB     American Foundation
> for the Blind<http://www.afb.org>
> TM
>
>
> Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss
>
> The December issue of AccessWorld<http://www.afb.org/aw/main.asp> is now
> available on our website.
>
> This issue features:
>
>   *   Editor's Page: 'Tis the Season<http://www.afb.org/
> afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171201>
>   *   The 2016 AccessWorld Gift Guide, by Deborah Kendrick <
> http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171202>
> Giving gifts is a pleasure understood in every culture and every language,
> and we at AccessWorld try to help jumpstart your creativity each year with
> some ideas that will be fun to give for those who are blind or low vision
> -- and just as much fun to receive.
>   *   2016 Accessible Recipes for Holiday Cooking and Entertaining, by
> Janet Ingber<http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171203>
> For both beginner and advanced cooks, there are numerous websites and iOS
> apps to go to for recipes. The iOS apps were easier to navigate than the
> websites. If you have an iOS device, I would use the apps and forgo the
> websites.
>   *   Game Review: Timecrest: The Door by Sneaky Crab, Incorporated, by
> Jamie Pauls<http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171204>
> In this article, we will take a look at yet another work of interactive
> fiction--Timecrest: The Door by Sneaky Crab, Incorporated. For me, at
> least, Timecrest stands out from many of the other interactive fiction
> games I've played recently, and I will attempt to explain why. Also, I
> believe that the developers of Timecrest deserve some recognition for the
> work they have put into implementing VoiceOver accessibility into this
> game, playable on iOS devices and the Apple Watch.
>   *   Microsoft Word with NVDA: A Review of the Latest NV Access Training
> Guide, by Bill Holton <http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171205>
> Although Microsoft Word with NVDA is targeted primarily at users of the
> free NVDA screen reader, this book would be equally valuable for the JAWS,
> or Window-Eyes user. Its step by step progression from basic to advance
> features with plenty of review and hands-on practice make this a must-have
> book for anyone who is either learning to use MS Word or for accessibility
> trainers who teach the program to sight-impaired individuals. Power users
> may also benefit from the book's depth of coverage--especially regarding
> obscure features which are rarely used.
>   *   What's New in MacOS Sierra and the New MacBooks, by Janet Ingber<
> http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171206>
> Apple has recently released both a new version of the Mac operating
> system, dubbed MacOS Sierra, and also announced new additions to its
> MacBook lineup. Sierra has some excellent new features. Siri and Universal
> Clipboard make the update worthwhile on their own. Also, the new VoiceOver
> features including new voices and verbosity options are a welcome addition.
>   *   A Conversation with Lainey Feingold about her new book: Structured
> Negotiation, a Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, by Bill Holton<
> http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171207>
> Over the past 20 years Ms. Feingold and various co-counsel have been
> instrumental in successfully negotiating over 60 accessibility settlements
> with companies and communities. Now she's sharing her knowledge and
> experiences with others in her new book, Structured Negotiation, A Winning
> Alternative to Lawsuits. To whet your appetite, we asked Lainey Feingold to
> share with our readers the ten most important things she would like all
> vision-impaired individuals and those who advocate on their behalf to know
> about structured negotiations.
>   *   W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative: Leading the Charge in Web
> Accessibility Across the Globe, by John Rempel<http://www.afb.org/
> afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171208>
> The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) plays a leading role pertaining to
> digital access and the Web. The organization launched the Web Accessibility
> Initiative (WAI) in 1997 which was established as an effort to improve the
> accessibility of the World Wide Web for people with disabilities.
>   *   AccessWorld News<http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw171209>
>   *   Letters to the Editor<http://www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=
> aw171210>
>
> AccessWorld? is the American Foundation for the Blind's technology
> magazine.
>
> Be sure to sign up on the AccessWorld home page to receive AccessWorld
> Alerts, an e-mail announcement letting you know when new issues of
> AccessWorld are posted.
>
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