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Friday, January 2, 2015
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Remembering the good times: New York Giants edition
I don’t know how they do it sometimes, but the New York Giants have hit a new low. They have first and goal from the 3 years line, and Eli throws 4 corner fades in a row! SIMPLY AMAZING! Culminating in his 5th, (yes 5th!!) interception of the game. Due to this season basically being in the crapper, I would like to remind NYG fans of a better time: David Tyree catch in Super Bowl 42. Please enjoy and try to forget about eh current team, if only for a minute.
GREATEST PLAY IN SUPERBOWL HISTORY:
Friday, December 20, 2013
Service dog J.J. sniffs out Danger for K.K.
Today I called Freedom Dogs to inquire about training for a service dog. Well the thoughts of the independence I would have swirled in my head, I came upon the following article about a 7 year old girl and her brilliant service dog JJ.
Friday, November 29, 2013
Blind teen gives football color, with his words
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Using A.I.D.S. to fight Cancer?
Leukemia sucks. Any family or individual that has experienced it knows how bad it can really be. That is why you will be incredibly happy to hear the amazing story of Emma. Her doctors have come up with a potentially revolutionary new way to treat cancer. I hope this video sounds as good to all of you as it did to me.
Saturday, October 19, 2013
Yoga for the blind on Xbox kinect
Since going blind I really miss the ability to play video games. They are not something I would play all the time, but when titles like Grand Theft Auto 4 and Modern Warfare came out I would put in my fair share of playing time.
One game that actually worked for me as a blind person was Wii sports bowling. Although I needed help having my score read to me, it was a fun, social, physical, and competitive activity that I could participate in right in my own living room. It is also extremely easy to learn so people were often willing to bowl around, even if they had never played before.
Now I have just read the following article about a new yoga game for the Xbox 360 Kinect. I don't own an Xbox, but if they are starting to develop blind accessible games, it may be worth purchasing if the library grows. If you are interested in learning more about the new yoga game, visit the following link: