First, I'd really be remiss if I didn't mention that Apple has a whole page relating to
This is a good starting point. And because the accessibility features are part of the iPod, I was also able to get help through the Apple Care program.
Next up is the
network. This is a network of people who provide information on the accessibility of Apple products. One of the great features this site has to offer is a whole list of applications known to be accessible on the iPhone or iPod Touch with Voice Over. This is how I learned about many applications I use and got the courage to experiment with others.
I also learned a lot from the
Screenless Switchers Podcast
Finally, there have been many on Twitter who have helped me out. Two of them are
has a blog
Others have been helpful but are less public about their online personas so I leave them out due to my desire to respect their privacy, not because I don't appreciate their help. My whole point here is that there is definitely a movement of people who are choosing to use a product which comes accessible almost right out of the box.
One last thing, I'm still open to responses to my survey on
a potential book about the accessibility of the iPod Touch