janina at rednote.net
Wed Feb 9 10:18:51 EST 2005
You're making that up, Stephen. It's all in your mind.
I wasn't the slightest bit upset with anyone. My remarks about repeating
myself were tongue in cheek.
And, I think your time stamp analysis neglected to take account of time
zones. I saw the two posts during one read through on the list, about
two minutes apart. So, you're wrong.
As for whether a screenless phone is a good thing or a bad thing, be my
guest to have any opinion you like. If you buy a phone so that you can
get sighted assistance with screen displays, I certainly won't try to
Dawes, Stephen writes:
> MY, MY! A little testy!
> If you would have taken a moment before you replied to my message, you
> would have noticed that I sent it before you send your last post
> describing what OWASYS is.
> My message to you was sent at 9:37 AM, and your reply note to Nick and
> the group was sent at 4:25 PM. Allowing for time differences, I still
> was sending my note before you wrote your reply.
> So, back off on the attitude.
> Oh yeah! As to my thoughts on what the OWASYS is all about. How is it
> any different then what is already out there. Just like existing cell
> phone equipment, the OWASYS is exclusionary. How is someone going to
> share it with the sited community if they can't read a screen.
> Yep, it has happened yet again.
> Let's develop a product for a small market so that we can keep the price
> But then again that is what adaptive technology is all about, isn't it?
> After all, a good friend of mine just bought a Motorola phone that off
> the shelf seems to be able to speak all of the functionality except for
> the Web browser piece. I believe he said it is the Motorola V710. But I
> need to confirm this with him.
> Steve Dawes
> Phone: (403) 268-5527
> Email: SDawes at calgary.ca
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