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RE: Speech enabling software


From: Glenda Watson Hyatt
Date: Dec 14, 2005 6:20PM

Paul Bohman wrote:

> On the other hand, if we ignore the business model and look at the
> product only in terms of its technical merit, I believe it does hold
> some promise.

Patrick wrote:
Yup, definitely agree. That's why I'd say it would make so much more
sense to either give the plugin away for free in an un-restricted
version, or charge users (rather than site owners) a nominal fee, and
then make proper money from offering accessibility consultancy, web
design services, etc.

Glenda writes:

As a person with a disability who has to pay ridiculously overly-priced
prices for "accessibility" - whether wheelchairs, assistive technologies,
blah, blah, blah - it is nice to think that some site owners share the cost
of "accessibility".

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