a bad thing indeed.

As a side note, the actual serious work I'm doing on my deffinition of disability in my thesis is based very much on the quali8ty of a person's life and how much effort it takes for them to fulfill their desires.


Playing games on this model is just as worthy of access for disabled people as changes in a place of work.

I'll stop woffling about my thesis though, ---- suffice it to say, that people who say such things are most distinctly and totally talking out of bodily openings not connected to their brains!

beware the grue!

Dark.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Darren Harris" <darren_g_har...@btinternet.com>
To: "'Gamers Discussion list'" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 10:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Promotion was:Screen Readers and Games


Hi thomas,

Absolutely true. Also the thing with these types of conventions, is that the
focus is totally on work and professional uses of the computer. They don't
seem to hold the attitude that blind people would want to play games and
that's from within our own community! Indeed I've even herd of cases where
gaming in the blind community is looked down upon can you believe that? So
for various reasons this does need to get out. Sad but true.


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