Thursday, July 25, 2013

Get on the Shelf Competition

Last year, we entered the Get on the Shelf competition put on by Walmart.  This competition enables the winner to have their product sold on or even in their stores.  It was a good experience before so we thought we would try it again this year.  Last time, we submitted two videos into one that showed the elderly using FotoDialer.  We decided to use a video of a child using FotoDialer this year.  I don't have a link to our submission yet, but here are four FotoDialer videos you can view that show FotoDialer:

We used THIS VIDEO last year. 
This VIDEO is of the elderly using FotoDialer.
Here is the VIDEO we submitted for the Get on the Shelf competition.
This is another VIDEO showing a child using FotoDialer in an emergency.

FotoDialer can be purchased HERE.

Make it a great day!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Happy Independence Day . . . And A Time For Mourning

Yes, I know.  Today is not Independence Day, yesterday was.  However, I was with my family and friends and wasn't even near a computer to post anything.  So today is the day to say, "Happy Independence Day!" and to say how grateful we are for liberty, our Founding, and for those who fight in so many ways for freedom.

Another reason we love FotoDialer is because it allows for independence for those who use it.  The elderly, young, and disabled have barriers of typical phone communcation removed and are able to communicate with confidence.  FotoDialer can be seen HERE!

We also want to take the time to give our prayers and thoughts to the family of John McMullen.  He was instrumental in the development of FotoDialer as an electrical engineer.  We ran into some electrical problems in the development of FotoDialer and could see no way to fix them.  It seemed our hopes of creating FotoDialer were dashed.  Then we found John.  He came in and fixed the problems which allowed FotoDialer to be completed and be the telephone aid so many needed.  He passed away early this week from a valiant fight with cancer.  He lived longer than doctors thought he would.  We are grateful for his life, our relationship with him, and for the good he has done for so many people around the world.  John, you will be missed!