Dumb post to the Stargardts Facebook group
Stephen.Dawes at calgary.ca
Tue Apr 9 12:20:43 EDT 2013
There is no excuse for misspelling in emails, because most email clients have the ability to check the spelling of a message before the message is sent. The only problem with this is that people do not turn this setting on.
My wife tells me that spelling errors in anything I write only demonstrate how dumb I am.
Stephen Dawes <B.A. B.Sc.>
From: Speakup [mailto:speakup-bounces at linux-speakup.org] On Behalf Of Michal Zegan
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Subject: Re: Dumb post to the Stargardts Facebook group
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mispellings is extremely common for blind people, I saw that multiple of times, for example on muds like miriani.
It makes me mad!
Their screenreaders have the ability to spell things. do they use that? no. and maybe they even do not know they can spell things.
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