Welcome!

Hello, I am Kevin Fjelsted. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Technology is one of my main interests, as the blog’s title suggests, and I have worked with numerous products. Blindness makes me especially interested in accessibility and gives me an opportunity to find strengths in my struggles and triumphs.

Technology, accessibility for blind people, learning, family, and faith are some of the topics that interest me. These topics will be what many of my posts are on, but the main purpose of this blog is for you to know me better and hopefully for you to respond so I can meet you. Thus, we will build a community and learn from each other.

Recent Posts

Children Are Awesome
I saw a Twitter post from a Blind friend recently that went something like this. “I wonder if Blind people can adopt children?” This question gave me a bit of a pause for reflection because we adopted four children! Adopting is an incredible miracle and life is so fully manifested in the incredible gift of bringing a new child home to the family. I remember the wonderful bonding that took place immediately after holding a newly adopted baby in my
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Moving Applications On The iPhone
I noticed today that my iPhone was getting a bit crowded and unorganized. I had added some applications to handle Twitter and Skype. The applications ended up on page two of the display. The iPhone is such an amazing device! I have the ability to check my Email, read a book, listen to music, read my calendar, talk on the phone, manage my contacts, talk to people via Twitter or Instant Message, time things with a stop watch, figure out
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A Warm Welcome From Kevin Fjelsted
Thanks for stopping by. I’m Kevin Fjelsted, and I’m glad to meet you. I’m excited about connecting with you and hope you’ll say hello either here on my blog or on your favorite social community site. Community matters to me, and you’re part of it. I’m a guy who likes people, all kinds of technology, and the possibilities created when the two combine. I’m a business entrepreneur which lets me use my passion and interests to help people everyday. I’m a
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