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Wiimote, Rocking Horse Combined to Create Makeshift Racing Sim . Variations on this would be so great for kids with disabilities.
From Scientific American " The Secret to Raising Smart Kids " by Carol S. Dweck. Hint: Don't tell your kids that they are. More than three decades of research shows that a focus on effort—not on intelligence or ability—is key to success in school and in life.
TTSynth.com is offering IBM's speech technology for Linux for $40. This is like the speech engine used in JAWS.
Pete pointed me to CoScripter , a tool from IBM intended to automate web processes. He and I have been talking for a while about "grass roots" accessibility in which end-users are enabled to easily make and share accessibility improvements for web sites. CoScripter looks like a step in that direction.
Tom sent me to a pointer to
an AJAX variant designed to be accessible
a framework designed to make AJAX accessible.
The cre8txt keyboard might work for one handed computing apps and their software to decode SMS slang might be fun too.
I really wanted something like reinteract when I last did some signal processing. I've got to do some for Pete (soon) and I may try this if the time pressure isn't too great.
Next time I get to do some math I should check out SAGE .
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