[Blindmath] Seeking collaboration

Lucas Radaelli lucasradaelli at gmail.com
Tue Mar 5 17:02:07 CST 2013

Hey there,

It is good to hear that there are some blind people now in wolfram
community. I used to use the website long time ago, but since the
accessibility was broken, never more.

The fact is, in the beginning I could read a kind of LaTeX source code
on the alttexts of the images on the website, which helped a lot. Now,
anything can be read on the website.

I don't know in what I could help you, except for the technical
programming part of making this stuff accessible, but I can give any
feedback about ideas / implementations that you guys may develop.


2013/3/5, Kyle Keane <kylek at wolfram.com>:
> Hi all,
> I am a new subscriber to this or any other mailing list so forgive me if I
> break any protocol.
> The short story is that I am a legally blind physicist who has decided to
> move into the software industry with the hope of helping increase access to
> high level math and physics for blind people. I am working at wolfram
> research, makers of Mathematica and wolfram alpha. I specifically chose this
> company because they have an incredible technology stack that I have been
> working with for 10 years. I am however cripplingly unfamiliar with business
> practices and need some guidance from people who have been working in
> industry.
> Are there any professionals on this list who would be willing to have a
> conversation with me about the best way to make a true impact in the field?
> Is there anything I can do to get connected to the community of movers and
> shakers?
> Also anyone interested in discussing possible partnerships with wolfram
> research can feel free to contact me at kylek at wolfram dot com
> Thank you for taking the time to read this and for any consideration you
> give to this.
> Kyle Keane
> www.KyleKeane.com
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