Thanks to technology, the world is smaller. Is it the same for the visually impaired? From the evidence all around us, I believe the answer is yes. Why should it be a surprise that technology is being customized for the visually challenged? Technology is the Great Enabler. So, if you know someone who is vision impaired, tell them about the excellent resources you can find on the web for the blind and partially sighted.
When it comes to medical issues, the best way to find out what is wrong is to go to a doctor. However, there is most certainly some value in getting a general idea of what could be wrong before you pay a trip to your local physician, using apps or the Internet. Of course, no app or website can replace the knowledge and skills of a doctor, and that is something you most certainly need to keep in mind before using an app like the one I am going to talk about today.
Wikipedia is run by a vast army of volunteers. They add, update, and also delete. These can range from keying in the latest information and even covering up scandalous news. The changes often looks like a chaotic mess, so if you want to have a birds-eye view of Wikipedia edits in real time, take advantage of Wikipedia tracking tools.