[Blindmath] Seeking collaboration

John J. Boyer john.boyer at abilitiessoft.com
Tue Mar 5 18:30:05 CST 2013

If you are interested in Braille you might check out the links to 
websites and mailing lists at http://www.abilitiessoft.com . These have 
to do with the liblouis, liblouisutdml and BrailleBlaster projects. We 
can produce math in Braille and are working on tactile graphics.


On Tue, Mar 05, 2013 at 04:51:46PM -0600, Kyle Keane wrote:
> 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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John J. Boyer; President, Chief Software Developer
Abilitiessoft, Inc.
Madison, Wisconsin USA
Developing software for people with disabilities

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