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Mobile Photographer Rachael Short Explores the Beauty of Simplicity with iPhone

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California-based photographer Rachael Short likes to keep things simple. Shooting photographs around Carmel, California, she searches for new textures, lighting and contrasts to capture in her portraits and landscapes. She prefers black and white, brushing off colour as a distraction. “Life is so chaotic, so it’s something to simplify and calm things down,” Short explains. […]

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Apple brings Everyone Can Code to schools serving blind and deaf students nationwide

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This is something or one of the many things I love about Apple, how they team up with leading educators for blind and deaf communities to bring accessible coding to their schools. Personally, having moderate to severe hearing loss, from birth and living with bilateral digital hearing aids (which I love by the way), I […]

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Apple Launches Dedicated Accessibilty Website and we are Excited!

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Apple premiered their Keynote yesterday with a video highlighting their brand new Accessibility website. I was immensely touched by this, not only because I have a disability myself but I have dear friends and family, as many of us do, with disabilities and anything that technology can do to help us all feel and be […]