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This week on Mosen At Large, celebrating and defining blind pride, wheelchairs offered to blind people at airports, vaccine updates, AirTags unboxed and more

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

I’m looking forward thanks to your help to bringing you another show full of things to keep you informed, make you think, and entertain you.

This week on Mosen At Large, I think I’m going to have something new to review, I know I have a big announcement about the future of Mosen At Large, and a recap of Apple’s Spring Loaded event

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

If you have heard the recent piece I did on meditation, you’ll know I keep a gratitude journal where I write things I am grateful for. I often reflect on the community we have built around this show, where we discuss a range of issues from a blindness perspective. On the coming show, I have a significant and positive announcement about how we are expanding the reach of this community. I’m super excited about it and can’t wait to share it with you.

The next Mosen Explosion pays tribute to Jim Steinman

Join me, Jonathan Mosen, at 2 AM Eastern or 2 PM Eastern on Mushroom Fm for a special edition of the Mosen Explosion.

Join Jonathan in Clubhouse right after the Apple event and have your say

Kia ora Mosen at Largers.

We’re less than 24 hours away from Apple’s Spring Loaded event. We are likely to see new products in the iPad range, hopefully the big reveal of Apple’s long-awaited AirTags and more.

You can watch the event on Apple’s website, on YouTube and the Apple TV app at 10 AM Pacific, 1 PM Eastern, 6 PM UK.

As soon as it concludes, I’ll be moderating a Clubhouse session in the Mushroom FM club where you’re welcome to listen in and of course join in the discussion.

This week on Mosen At large, the best text-to-speech engine in the world!

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

There’s no shortage of things to talk about right now, and that’s good, because would you be willing to listen to three hours of silence? Well perhaps you would, now you’ve heard the meditation episode. You still could, unless you email, call or record your contributions.

Breathe in, breathe out, and tune in this weekend to Mosen At Large as we discuss a range of technology and social issues from a blindness perspective

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

I’m thrilled that my vision for Mosen At Large is at the moment truly being realised, where we discuss technology which plays an important part of our lives, but we also feature thought-provoking discussions about a variety of issues from a blindness perspective that you don’t get in other blindness-produced talk shows.

This weekend on Mosen At Large, Siri gets new voices, being a voice control efficiency ninja, editing efficiently with iOS and more

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

I’m getting up bright and early to do the show for you this weekend because daylight saving is ending in New Zealand on Sunday. With the US having gone one hour forward, and now us going one hour back, that means the show starts at 6 AM! 6 AM on a Sunday morning I tell you! Never mind, if I don’t wake up on time, I have substitute hosts standing by.

This weekend on Mosen At Large, cochlea implants, blind culture, how to get pro audio into Clubhouse, dating blind and much more

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

Because of your contributions, it looks like we have another thought-provoking show coming up for you this weekend. I am very grateful that we seemed to have created a safe space where people know they are going to be heard and can discuss complex and sometimes difficult issues.

This weekend on Mosen At Large, feedback on Accessibility overlays, and do you think there is such a thing as a blind culture?

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

As always, I’m really looking forward to being back with you for another episode where our community discusses a wide range of topics through a blindness lens. Let’s take a look at some of the topics coming up.

Following our special on accessibility overlays, we have several thoughtful listener comments on the subject. If you have thoughts to share after listening to the episode, feel free.

North America is springing forward this weekend

It's the time of year again, well, one of them, where the times of your favourite Mushroom FM shows may change. We had to pick a time zone, so when we founded Mushroom FM in 2010, we picked North American Eastern time. Daylight saving begins there this weekend.

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