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"Give me that." Pages flipped. "The bar's tomorrow and you're still having problems? You'd be so lost without me to help you review. It's your textbook asset preservation prenup. Can't see what's wrong with it."
"Last page." Nervous cough. "Doesn't have your signature."
"Of all the ways... Yes!"
- Written for flashxer prompt "Letter from a lawyer"
I know someone who has one, and has been using it. But his immmediate target is people with intellectual disabilities (he's the guy behind http://www.peepo.com - which incidentally should be accessible for blind folks too, if not necessarily your choice of subject matter).
There is also a group in Columbia who have been working on accessible linux applications for blind users on a PDA. They are the folks behind Blindux, a linux distro with a simple set of applications, designed for ease of use over extensive power. I'll chase up the details (if I vanish, feel free to ping me and remind me of this).
E-Mail from Charles McCathieNevile
Just in case you want to get certified but don't want to shell out the bucks for it, Brainbench is making all its certifications free from July 1 to July 14 only. http://brainbench.com/xml/bb/landing/offer/promotion.xml?contentId=2172
E-Mail from Walter So