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Improving system for person with disabilities goo...
Improving system for person with disabilities good for allSunday, 23 November 2014, 4:46 pmPress Release: UN NewsImproving system for person with disabilities good for all says US advocate on tour of...
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Government: 'Wayfinding' around city
Don't get lost: Bridget Smith is leading Sydney's ''wayfinding'' project. The City of Sydney is launching a new "wayfinding" signage network which will be the most comprehensive of its kind in the...
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Can This Bracelet Help The Blind Better Understan...
While technology helps the visually impaired better access the digital world (making it easy for them to quickly dictate emails or speak instructions into smartphones, for instance), trying to get...
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Project NOAH mobile app wins international award
Saturday, 22 November 2014 13:37 The Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) flagship program for disaster risk reduction and mitigation called Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards or...
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Road commission defends last week’s response to s...
That first significant storm of the season - which lasted three days and dumped up to 40 inches of wet, heavy snow onto ground that wasn't frozen - resulted in stuck plows and broken down equipment,...
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Little goes a long way for her fans
Jean Little's not dead. The highly successful Canadian writer is accustomed to having fans approach her in excitement without thinking about what they're saying. "They come up and say 'Jean Little!...
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Nicole Carroll resigns from Iowa Board of Regents
On Thursday, Regent Nicole Carroll announced her resignation from the Board of Regents. Carroll says her family recently moved from Carroll to another state. In a written statement she said, "Given...
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PCSO offers Braille books, tapes to bind inmates
Visually impaired inmates at the Pinal County Jail now have access to books, magazines and other library materials while they're incarcerated. Many elderly inmates and veterans have already taken...
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Captivating and mysterious: Ann Hamilton at Robis...
Robischon Gallery is Denver's most important commercial space for art. Not only does it keep the regional market thriving, it provides locals some of the best exhibits around, which is to say, it has...
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Senior-Citizen Porn Star and High-Density Hollywo...
The Eye of the Beholden? A profile of an unusual MacArthur Park couple ("L.A.'s BDSM Power Couple, and Their Sex Dungeon," Nov. 13) sent readers into opposing corners. The focus was almost entirely...
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Blind man completes his family home
BULLARD (KYTX)- UPDATE: Thomas has completed his new home. Hear Thomas' journey by clicking the video. ______________ UPDATE: Unbearable temperatures have halted the work of Thomas Graham, the...
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Brisbane's audible street crossings quietly retur...
Brisbane City Council has introduced 24 hour audible street crossings after a public outcry but now it is receiving complaints about the noise. A controversial curfew on audible street crossings in...
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Auditor to report on Belleville BOE's financial s...
Monday night's Belleville Board of Education meeting, which took place in the former library and media center at Belleville High School, provided a precursor of sorts to next month's meeting, when...
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Poor black people don’t work?: Lessons of a forme...
My grandma Famma Gill worked her ass off. Her worn, plump, diabetic hands scrubbed crud off chipped dishes minutes after she finished a 10-hour shift. She washed clothes, took care of her husband, did...
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A deeper misogyny in transgender ruling? – Farouk...
A deeper misogyny in transgender ruling? – Farouk A. Peru Published: 18 November 2014 I remember a show on Malaysian TV around twenty to twenty-five years ago called “2 + 1”. This show was taken off...
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Cheng Lock pioneered free education in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: The late Tun Tan Cheng Lock was one of the first proponents of free education in Malaysia, especially for underprivileged children, says Utar lecturer Ira Meilita Ibrahim. “Studying in...
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ONLY ON WDRB: Prison braille program benefiting i...
... have a 35-year sentence for murder and I have been here for 19 years," she said. Because they're learning such specialized skills, these inmates must be serving longer sentences to get into the...
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Business Roundup for November 16
HARPERS FERRY - Don Kodak, a Pineville native and director of Harpers Ferry Center, recently received the National Accessibility Leadership Achievement Award for his role in the improvements of both...
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National Park Service
Comcast debuts system with voice control
The "talking guide" features a female voice that reads aloud selections like program titles, network names and time slots as well as DVR and On Demand settings. The feature will be available to all...
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Invasion of medical records, hospital privacy on ...
She had jabbed pencils into her eyes to try to kill herself. When the woman was brought to a Los Angeles County emergency room in 2012 alive and in pain, a hospital employee snapped a photograph,...
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