Friday, November 14, 2008

SeroTalk Podcast

Hello, my name is Michael lauf. Some of you may remember me from the internet radio show called Handi-Talk back in 1999. I met many great peple from doing that program, including Mike Calvo.  I am excited to now be a part of the Serotek team as of November 3, 2008. In addition to taking the variety of content on the System Access Mobile Network to a whole new leverl, I will also be creating two podcasts each month.

SeroTalk is both a podcast and blog discussing ways people use access technology to improve the quality of life. The web site is

The website, podcast and blog will offer a wealth of information on new technologies, useful websites, cool software, education, information and entertainment. User comments will be read from those sending us e-mail.

Voicemails will be played from those calling a dedicated toll-free number which is 866-997-2522.
Persons can instantly recieve the latest podcasts and blog postings by adding the following URL to their web browser, RSS news reader or podcatcher

As I write this, we just posted our first podcast, showcasing ten new and exciting features in System Access version 3.0. You can hear our absolutely awesome voice chat technology in action as I talk with six other staff members including Mike Calvo, Ricky Enger, Matt Campbell, richard Wells, Brian Kevelighan and Raymond bishop.
Topics included: 64–bit support, simplified user menus, awesome voice chat technology, support for FireFox Web Browser Version 3, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, refreshable braille support via the ALVA BC640 Braille display,
automatic updates and auto-repair, new and more-responsive Neospeech voices, 75 percent smaller and subsequently 75 percent faster start time for

support for iTunes 8.01, AllInPlay, and offline document scanning.
We also discuss the variety of new
economical and powerful Netbook computers.

We will play selected voicemails, and read selected e-mails during each podcast, as we are all about interaction. We hope you will sign up and provide feedback to our posts.

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