[nabs-l] Is this really innovation? (Was: The Optelec FarView)

T. Joseph Carter carter.tjoseph at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 05:30:16 UTC 2008

Nope, not a chance.  If it can store anything, you can't use it.

Print's a useful thing sometime, but Braille is definitely faster, and 
comes without headaches.


On Sat, Dec 06, 2008 at 05:36:02PM -0500, Hope Paulos wrote:
> Hello, Joseph.  I wouldn't think they'd let  you use this device to take 
> a test provided by ETS.  I'm totally blind, so can't can't get  any use 
> out of this device.  Smile.

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