An electrical engineer named Glenn (not Beck) deconstructed an Amazon Kindle in an effort to help his sister -- who has cerebral palsy -- be able to read more books. By adding some larger control buttons from a different device, the electronic reader can now become a valuable tool for Glenn's sister. The video posted below has won the admiration of many on the Internet and may have shown Amazon how their e-reader can be adapted to allow millions of people with disabilities to use these handy devices.
This is the third video from Glenn the engineer. See more clips of the early stages of Glenn's enterprising experiment HERE.
(H/T - Engadget)