The renowned Professor Stephen Hawking died earlier this year at the age of 76. His achievements as a theoretical physicist challenged the world of science – and captured the imagination of people all over the world. He did all of this – while dealing with a debilitating condition that affects the brain and nerves.
But what was the technology that Professor Hawking used that made him able to continue doing what he loved, and communicate that passion to all of us?
Listen to Double Tap’s Steven Scott who reported on the Professor’s death earlier this year on Double Tap Canada.
I am an absolute geek who loves technology. I also happen to be severely sight impaired and that has meant my journey with new technology has been challenging. What I've learnt is what I want to share with others and I do that on air in the UK on RNIB Connect Radio's weekly Tech Talk radio show and podcast, and on AMI-Audio's Double Tap Canada radio show and podcast. I'm also a very lucky husband and the owner of the world's coolest dog!