After using TorTalk the feeling is accessibility.
I am an architect and a person who is always thirsty for more information. Most academic books I’m interested in is easy to start, however, hard to finish. Because I have dyslexia, I am a slow reader. I have used the tor.talk mobile app for two months now and it works really well for me. Actually, it opens a new world.
I mostly use the camera function in the tor,talk app in different ways. For example: I didn’t read magazines so often before because of the amount of text. For a dyslexic, it can be very tiring to read a simple article. Now I shoot the article with the app and listen to them while drawing, walking or having breakfast.
This saves me time and my brain does not easily get tired through reading anymore. It is amazing knowing I can approach “heavy” academic books easily through tor.talk app. This opens a lot of opportunities to me.
Former theology student at University of Uppsala, today she works as a priest.
Student at Dalarna University.
Student of Thorén Business School.
Student of Sustainable Technology of KTH.
Former student at Chalmers University of Technology, today she works as an Entrepreneur.
University Student of Media Communications at Södertörn University.
Katja Tasala Gradin
PhD Student of Ecodesign at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology.
Former a neuro-paediatrician. Now she is retired, 84 years old.