When people develop carpal tunnel or various medical conditions, it can be difficult to use mainstream input mechanisms like keyboards, mice, and phone touchscreens. Ideally, accessible input mechanisms can be added to mainstream computers and phones. I will give two example demos. The first is using voice or eyelid blinks to control an ebook reader on a standard Android phone. The second is using speech recognition to interact with a Linux desktop, even to perform complicated tasks such as programming.