Video showing how Aaron Cannon, blind web developer, uses the web

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Video showing how Aaron Cannon, blind web developer, uses the web

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Aaron Cannon, blind since birth, shows how he (and other blind users) browses the web using screen reader technology. Presentation given November 2007 at LDS Church headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah.

http://vimeo.com/1157346

Aaron is a consultant for the church and was the one who initiated this sub-forum.
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cameronmoll wrote:Aaron is a consultant for the church and was the one who initiated this sub-forum.
I've got a user who would probably sign up, but she's waiting for an audio captcha.
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As of this weekend, audio captcha is now part of the registration process.

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Good! I've told my friend.
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tomw wrote:As of this weekend, audio captcha is now part of the registration process.

Tom
Great news! Thanks a lot Tom for getting this up. I realize it was a lot of work, and I appreciate it. I will now start directing folks to this forum.

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I've had to temporarily turn off the re-captcha feature. It was failing for some reason. I'm researching the problem.

Tom
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