David Goldfield’s Home on the Web

Hello, and welcome to my home on the Web. The purpose of this page is to showcase my professional work, training services, my blog and other things as they’re added.

The following link will provide more information about my training services.
Visit my public LinkedIn profile to learn more about where I’ve been and what I do during the day.

Follow me on twitter to learn about what I’m doing in general and what’s on my mind in 140 characters or less.

Visit my Blog to learn about what’s on my mind in 140 characters or more.

Visit my about Me page to learn … about me.

Organizations I Support

Software I Use for Windows

Apps I Use on iOS

A lot of people wonder “how does a blind person use a computer or smartphone?” If you’re curious about how I do what I do, the above link may give you a clear answer.

Whether you’re new to assistive technology or are a seasoned expert, we all need a little bit of help now and then. The following link provides a list of various free resources to get that much-needed assistance.
Select the following link to learn more about the Philadelphia Computer Users’ Group for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Select the following link to learn more about my discussion group to talk about the accessibility of Internet-based TV apps and services.

Select the following link to learn more about my discussion group to discuss the accessibility of antivirus/antimalware software.
Please contact me if you have comments or questions about anything you see on my page. I’d love to hear from you and I’ll respond to all emails.

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