See Your Name In Braille

Here’s a great fun tool to see your name or the name of your company in Braille… enjoy


6 thoughts on “See Your Name In Braille

  1. Michael this is a wonderful website, I wish you lots of success and good luck. You must be so excited about this new venture in your life. The world we live in today needs someone like you to inspire and encourage us, and it would be a wise idea not just for corporate Amercia to invite you to speak but, for all companies both in the private sector and public as well.

    During times like this we all need encouragement and you my friend has got what it takes to carry this message.

    Mairead Shiel Freehold New Jersey

  2. Hello Michael. The progress made with Africa is fascinating to read about. May she guide you for years to come on many adventures and successes. This world needs people with your courage and determination.

  3. Beautiful website, Michael! We all know that Africa is more than a country — She’s a Guide Dog, for heaven sake! Hope you both are having fun traveling the world and telling your story. Woof!

  4. Congratulations on your new website Michael! After meeting Africa I think we agree she is going to be a wonderful Guide. She certainly has the energy to keep up with your active schedule, and her personality is very sweet. Perhaps Roselle can share her wisdom with Africa on how to be the best guide she can be, although those are pretty big paw booties to fill.

    Happy New Year and all the best for 2009!

  5. Hi,
    Just found this website, because I wanted to learn how to write my name in Braille.
    My friend is blind in one eye and she is teaching me braille.

  6. Hi Michael,
    I met you at the State Convention of the National Federation of the Blind of Florida in Orlando last week. I am sighted, but attended the convention with my wife Kimberly and her guide dog Walker.
    I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the story you shared with us about your experiences on 9/ll. While I know that your story was directed to the visually impaired at the convention, I think it should be even more of an inspiration to people who are sighted (Kim Calls us “sightlings” ), who feel like even the slightest problem they run up against is more than they can handle.
    I really enjoyed meeting you and Africa and hope you both the best in the future. You are both pretty amazing.

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