Here's the blurb for the most recent episode of the MacWorld Podcast:
In this episode of the Macworld Podcast we explore two such issues. The first is the under-reported benefits that OS X brings to visually impaired and blind Mac users. I'm joined by Josh de Lioncourt a blind developer and operator of Lioncourt.com, a Mac-accessibility Web site, who reveals just how capable the Mac is as a tool for visually disabled users.
Josh's interview starts at about six and a half minutes in for those who are impatient. It's a good overview of VoiceOver accessibility of OS X Leopard and fantastic to see this topic in such a mainstream venue as MacWorld.
- Ricky Buchanan