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Current Procedure for Rekey:User prepare a new key-pair and submit the CSR.User use his/her currently-valid user certificate to sign a S/MIME mail (access to Linux needed).The user could use the following procedure to send an e-mail to HKU Grid CA:Check the serial number for your current certificate (to be re-keyed) and write it down.Export your current user certificate form browser in PKCS12 form, with name mykey.p12.Also download your certificate signed by HKU Grid CA as mycert.pem.With the noted serial number of your current certificate and the CSR, prepare the message for HKU Grid CA, and save it as message.txt. You may include multiple certificates in one go by repeating the second line:I am (your name).Please re-key cert (serial number of current certificate) via CSR (CSR serial number).
Several websites, including Twitter and Facebook in particular, provide the ability to post messages for other people to read. These messages may have associated content, such as a picture or an audio clip. The TouchDevelop API provides facilities for downloading such messages and for posting new messages.
It should be remembered that the extra content of a message is not always present. After retrieving one of these optional values, such as media link, the script should perform the test is invalid to verify that the value was actually available.
The Place datatype provides a wrapper for a location so that additional information can be attached to the location. There are both getter and setter methods for the different kinds of additional information. They are listed in the tables of Section C.37 in Appendix C. In addition to these methods, there the usual is invalid and post to wall methods and two more. They are check in, which is provided for Facebook interactions, and to string which creates a string representation of a place.
BlackBerry Screen Reader has been developed solely by RIM and is offered as a free download from its website. There are two ways in which you can download the software. You can use Internet Explorer to download the software and transfer it to the device using the included USB cable. Alternatively, you can download the software using the device's web browser. However, this method requires sighted assistance.
Being a smartphone, BlackBerry devices have a large amount of third party apps available from the BlackBerry App World, which is accessible from both a computer and the Blackberry device itself. The website is easy to use, and you are able to easily download an app to the blackberry device after connecting it with the included USB cable. Unlike the download process for the screen reader, the App World website does not require Internet Explorer and can be used successfully with other browsers, including the popular Mozilla Firefox.
Last year we flew to St. Louis, took the tram from the airport to the Amtrak station, boarded the Missouri River Runner, and then we were able to walk from the station in Hermann to our hotel. We visited another city that week and then returned via Amtrak to the St. Louis Airport. It was fun doing all that traveling without having to once climb into a taxi! Our train hopping was made even easier with some wonderful backpacks we bought after visiting a website mentioned in Wendy David's book, Sites Unseen: Traveling the World without Sight (DB 73854), available for download from BARD or for purchase through National Braille Press.
Verizon Wireless has recently announced the Mobile Accessibility Suite, a collection of applications and services that will allow visually impaired customers to use their Android smartphones more effectively. The suite bundles together 10 separate apps that make it easier for the visually impaired to navigate their touchscreen device, and it offers features such as speech recognition, text-to-speech, and braille output. The suite allows users to quickly make phone calls, manage contacts, compose/read text messages, set alarms, browse the Web, create and edit calendar appointments, e-mail, access the time, find information about location and weather, and manage device settings. The suite is free to download and use, but it requires a data plan and a device running Android 2.2 or higher.
On the day of travel, make sure to arrive at the airport early to avoid long lines, particularly at the passenger screening. Whether the passenger has a visual impairment or is sighted, the screening procedure to board the plane begins with an ID check. The best form of ID for visually impaired passengers is official documentation, such as a valid passport or non-driver ID. If you need such documentation, you should begin the process of acquiring it as soon as possible.
Perhaps one of the most useful features of the application is the ability to read books offline. This allows you to read a chapter or an entire book without an Internet connection on a single computer or mobile device. Offline viewing is only available with Firefox version 3.6 or later, Safari 5.1 or later, or the Google Chrome web browser. The process for checking out a book is simple and involves completing a quick form. The relevant portion downloads to the computer and is immediately available for reading offline using the same accessible reader. Simply return to this page and select \"Check In\" to return the book.
Like the Getting Started guide, this collection of tactile screenshots is one the user might initially study and then return to later for reminders or verification. While it's a fabulous tool, it doesn't go far enough, and some of the choices seem off-base to me. Five of the book's 21 pages, for instance, are devoted to iBooks images while text messaging is never even mentioned. The novice iPhone user will probably want information about sending and receiving messages before he or she is ready to visit the iTunes store, and might well want to set an alarm before downloading an iBook, but screenshots for Clock, Messages, and many other basic functions are not included.
Of course, much of the magic of iPhone use is in the apps (hundreds of thousands of them now), which can be downloaded from the App Store. Many of those apps are completely accessible to users with visual impairments, and Cantisani hand-picked 26 that are accessible and ones he found particularly useful as a user with a visual impairment. In that book, you'll find apps to tell you when your next bus is coming, take your blood pressure, label documents at work, identify the bills in your wallet, find the nearest pizza place, and more. Cantisani told me just a month or two after the book was released that there were already dozens more apps he wished he had included. (Remember that this technology is truly constantly evolving!)
With the exception of the Tactile Screenshot book, all of the above titles are available in a variety of formats, including hardcopy braille, downloadable Word, eBraille, DAISY, or any of the electronic formats shipped to you on CD. The Tactile Screenshots book is available in the print/braille format described above, spiral bound with tactile diagrams labeled in braille facing large print representations of the same screens.
The Mobile Accessibility application is available on all Verizon Wireless Android devices that have an operating system of 2.2 or higher, and supports the Verizon Applications catalog. The Mobile Accessibility application is found in the Verizon Applications catalog on the device, in the Productivity & Tools section under Utilities. There is no cost to purchase the application, but data charges may apply when downloading. 59ce067264