The iCantCU Podcast with David Goldstein shows the sighted world what blind people can do, which is just about everything sighted folks do. Think of the show as Blind People For Dummies.
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about a transaction at The Home Depot. Who knew they sold white canes there? They don't. I also talk about editing the latest episode of White Canes Connect. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/135
What Doesn't The Home Depot Sell
The Home Depot sells a whole bunch of things, but not white canes. That's why I thought the cashier was joking when she said, "Is that your...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about watching the Wimbledon Men's Finals and Euro 2020 and what I missed seeing in each. I also talk about my visit to my retina specialist, Dr. Garg.
Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/134
I love watching sports and soccer is one of my favorites. I watch the English Premier League games all season long, and even some Bundesliga matches. My favorites are the soccer tournaments ...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about #NFB21, the National Federation of the Blind's National Convention. Like last year, it is virtual again this year. I also talk about the new white cane I received from the NFB and how Ziggy loved the shipping tube it came in. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/133
The National Convention always has a ton of things going on. For me, one of the things I do every year is he...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about shopping for a new home security system that will be accessible to me, since most now use touchpads that are not tactile. I also talk about the new White Canes Connect show that I produce and co-host with Lisa Bryant. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/132
Some would ask why we need a home security system when we have Ziggy. Well, we want to keep him safe, too. Not to mention ...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about going back to New York City for the first time in nearly a year to help Jane move into her new apartment. I also talk about finding a vendor for the Keystone Chapter of the NFB of PA t-shirt fundraiser. It has not been an easy task. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/131
Jane has been living with us since March, 2020, while continuing to work her NYC-based pr job. Paying ren...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about missing the first in-person Philly Meetup for the Blind event post lockdown at a British-style pub I love in Philadelphia. I also talk about some retail/customer service problems I've encountered recently and how it reminds me of the things my dad taught me at an early age. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/130
The only good thing to come out of the astonishingly bad cu...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I speak with Louie Voice Control app developer Pramit Bhargava about how he became visually impaired and what the catalyst was to create the app. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/129
If you've used the app, I'd love your feedback. Call (646) 926-6350 or email iCantCUPodcast@gmail.com. Learn more about Louie Voice Control at https://www.louievoice.com or search for it in Goo...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about picking up our new Nissan Murano and being left out of the process on how to operate the various controls. While I don't need to know the functions involved with driving the vehicle, it would've been nice to know the particulars about the radio and climate control. It should also come as no surprise that once my iPhone was paired with the entertainment system, VoiceOver d...
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about shopping for a new SUV and how most of the controls that I'm interested in are not accessible. I love the buying process of a new car, but I hate buying a new car. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/127
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about how a LinkedIn DM turned into this podcast outline with my second Moderna shot, a Celebration of Life event, and Global Accessibility Day among the topics. Of course, there is also a Ziggy story. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/126
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about how a change by our web hosting provider has added more work to my day. It may be what forces me to find another reseller account with another hosting company after 17 years. I also talk about a new podcast I'll be doing. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/125
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk with Stacie Leap, a fellow Keystone Chapter Board Member and founder of the NFB of PA Support Group For Blind Parents. She talks about raising a sighted child after becoming blind during her pregnancy. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/124
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about having trouble reading my computer screen even when zoomed in and deciding to learn VoiceOver on my iMac. I also talk about how I still feel stuck in-between the sighted and the blind and not part of either group. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/123˙
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about what I thought about as the Chauvin prosecutor repeatedly said, "Believe your eyes," just days after a blind friend and I had a discussion about believing what you see and how, as blind people, we can't believe what we see. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/122
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about getting the first Moderna shot and how I wouldn't have been able to navigate the venue without Jane's assistance. I also talk about the free AKC pet insurance we got for Ziggy and whether it is worth it. It's not. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/121
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about beta testing a new app for blind and visually impaired people called WebAudio. I also talk about something Ziggy ate that caused him to need surgery. I wish I was joking. Questions, comments, show ideas? Call (646) 926-6350. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/120
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about going to my primary care physician even though I wasn't sick or feeling bad. I had to go simply because it was over a year since I had been there and if I needed referrals, the doctor would need to see me. What could possibly go wrong going to a hospital during a pandemic? Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/119
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about some of the crazy things our puppy Ziggy has done in the last week. I also talk about things blind people do to others that we ask sighted people not to do when interacting with the blind. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/118
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about website accessibility and how my friend won an award for his latest book, but didn't know it because the website wasn't accessible. Questions, comments, show ideas? Call (646) 926-6350. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/117
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about a discussion I had with my rheumatologist on medicine options and how important it was for me to be able to take any meds on my own without needing assistance from others. And of course there is another Ziggy story. It is about another unscheduled vet visit. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/116
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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