Well there goes that theory.  My thoughts were something like graphically
oriented people are attracted to using Macs and Flash.  BCAT's attempting to
make Flash accessible is good but if the content hadn't been made
inaccessible in the first place, then it wouldn't be needed.

Yes, Flash can be used appropriately to give rich depth to a concept,  but
it's still primarily used in the eLearning world (including both corporate
trainers and educators) to port PPT to Flash and that's just wrong.

Christie Mason

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