I caught this video over at The Consumerist of a blind man named Tommy Edison using an ATM for the first time. To the person who can see, the ATM is a no-brainer, but take away sight and any sort means of familiarity with the ATM machine and you end up making a blind person stand in front of the ATM for approximately 11 minutes. Most of this time isn’t spent listening to directions. No. Most of this time is spent figuring out where the heck the audio jack is for the headphones. It’s a shame really that ATM designers aren’t making their machines more user-friendly for the visually handicapped.