Dr. Temple Grandin, author of The Way I See It and Animals Make Us Human, reviews several Kindle models and an iPad and finds the devices may benefit people on the autism spectrum with reading problems. She stresses that reading problems are highly variable, but in some cases the e-readers and tablet will work well. Of particular interest to Temple was the Kindle's text to speech feature, and the ease of seeing what you type on the iPad. I recorded this video while interviewing Temple for the May 4, 2012 episode of my Kindle Chronicles podcast, TKC 196, at thekindlechronicles.com . The interview was recorded at Colorado State University on April 30, 2012.
Video journal of a poet, podcaster, and photographer who, with his wife and Yorkie, divides his time between downtown Denver and Cambridge, Mass., with frequent travel elsewhere. I am the host of The Kindle Chronicles Podcast and The Reading Edge podcast.