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Balancing accessibility and software freedom

Balancing accessibility and software freedom

Posted Aug 24, 2010 16:54 UTC (Tue) by bumpygreen (guest, #69746)
Parent article: Balancing accessibility and software freedom

Everyone is trying to get to the same destination, its the means to get there, the level of comfort, and the price that keeps us bargaining. Now that we have a whole bunch of sound servers why don't we try to do computers right and build applications commanded by voice as opposed to keyed entry with visual response. Its quite inefficient to juggle keyboard and mouse, ear piece and mic, wands, tablets and all the other input devices out there. Its probably time to simplify communicating with man made devices, and technology is now inexpensive enough that its possible.


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