TSA Checking ID at Gate

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Alexa Ideal device for the blind – Read Kindle Books

Alexa Books, Ideal device for the blind

For blind or visually impaired travelers

You can ask Alexa to read eligible Kindle books in your library.

 Alexa can read Kindle books that support Text-to-Speech technology used for Wikipedia articles, news articles, and calendar events.

The Amazon Echo, the Amazon devices that make up its voice assistant Alexa, will now be able to read the books that are purchased for the Kindle eReader. This new version of the internal software of this device allows with the command “Alexa, read [a book from the Kindle library]” begin to hear the synthesized voice reading that book.

Alexa books - Amazon echo book
Alexa books – Amazon echo book


What else can you do?

Amazon’s voice assistant allows you to read and pause in the book as well as go forward or backward in reading. Continue with that reading with synthesized voice where we left it to be able to complete the process at our pace.

Alexa books: Can Alexa read books?

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How Many People Travel with Pets? And how do you travel?

How Many People Travel with Pets? – Traveling the world with a dog About 68% of American households, and 85 million families, own a pet. These data are from a survey of the American Pet Products Association (1) . In 2018, $ 62 billion was spent on pets, including more than $ 6.2 billion on services such as accommodation and grooming. Another survey from the same organization says that 37 percent of pet owners take their animals on their trips, …

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Los Glaciares National Park: Glacier Laguna Torre Trail

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Grand Canyon 2021 – USA National Park

Grand Canyon 2021 – National Park – Arizona South & North Rim   –   Alerts    –  Fly  –  Buses  –   Brigth Angel Trail  –   Hiking  –  Skywalk Grand Canyon The one of the greatest shows in the world. Visiting the Grand Canyon National Park is having before us more than 80 million years of geological history. More than six million recreational visitors travel to Arizona every year to marvel at this open crack in the ground. The Colorado River is …

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