Monthly Archives: March 2012

Open Letter to Microsoft – Voice and Touch Control jeopardises accessibility of Smart Phones

I’m Aideen and I’ve recently launched my own business.  The business takes me all over the place and I decided I needed a phone that could keep up with me, as well as keeping me up to date with my … Continue reading

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A bad but motivating experience

From a very young age, I had grand ideas of what my career would hold.  At one point, I wanted to be a teacher and then, mimicking my best friend, I had ambitions to become a vet. (even though at … Continue reading

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Returning to the beginning

Next week I’ve been invited to do a presentation to some students and employers at Hereward College.  Back in 1999, I started studying A-level English and GNVQ Business Management at the college which specialises in catering for disabled students, most … Continue reading

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