This should enable schools with IE-only policies to access our site. We should test this and add whatever flags are necessary to Hark.
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Browser-based time-independent games could make great ET projects.
Nice looking animations. We should compare this to easel.
The iPhone and iPod Touch are very interesting platforms for enabling technology. Touch, accelerometers, portability, radio, coolness; they've got it all.
Paul posted a really nice video about using Tar Heel Reader over at YouTube. The puppet and the stop motion self assembly of the switch interface are great! Check out Reading with Franz .
I got a report that
Tar Heel Reader
wasn't speaking on some newer computers. Thankfully it also didn't work on my Vista VM. I painfully tracked down the problem to the
header I had added to make debugging easier. After figuring out the problem I found this
Adobe info describing the change
A US federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that the country's one-sized paper money discriminates against the blind and told the government to change the currency's size and texture. It's taken six years to get this far, and the government may well appeal again. I say give it up and switch to an accessible design.
Thanks to Martha for pointing out this video: TED | Talks | Tod Machover, Dan Ellsey: Releasing the music in your head (video) . Very interesting. I'd love to do something like this for kids. Machover talks about Hyperscore.
Links I found related to classification.
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