I’ve never really made a habit of listening to Linux podcasts, but I happened to download an episode of MintCast the other day. They spent most of it talking to Jonathan Nadeau of Frostbite Systems and, apparently, the Accessible Computing Foundation (which is quite new, and frankly there isn’t a lot there).
Frostbite Systems is a mail-order outfit where, to be snarky about it, you can pay extra for the privilege of owning a computer that doesn’t have that other, expensive operating system pre-installed. Nadeau does a good job telling you why you should consider doing just that, and beyond that, he has some absolutely convincing true-life stories to tell about how Open Source has opened new worlds for people with disabilities.
Here is a link to the MintCast archive page. Great listening.