human art and other bits

Enhancing Web 2.0 Accessibility Via AxsJAX: A Tutorial at Google

, posted: 2-Aug-2008 03:32

This google talk lecture is on a Java technology for page ripping called AxsJAX.
This presentation tutorial of AxsAJAX is for building an screen reader for the blind.

I like this as it makes building a simulated 'expert systems to read and process existing web content so much nicer,
I mean, great for hacking, in that it lets your computer become more aware to the key page information.

And they mention a T-Shirt contest and the bit about the car, I think was cut.

Other related posts:
EASEUS Todo Backup – my favourite backup software
Jolicloud on the netbook
A couple of new things on my EeePC 1001HA

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Brett Cooper
New Zealand

Stone artist with a digital understanding. 1st computer was a c=64