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Comment: This sounds familiar. (Score 3, Interesting) 278

by arthurpaliden (#49395187) Attached to: 9th Circuit Rules Netflix Isn't Subject To Disability Law
I was once part of an audio book venture that created a book reader app and and associated library application library that was specifically designed to be used by the blind and severely disabled. It actually met all its goals in regards to usability. So the company took it to the largest national organizations to get their seal of approval for it. The company was turned down by all of them because although application interface years ahead of any other application in regrades to the blind and severely disabled, their words, it did not accommodate the deaf. An audio book application that did not accommodate the deaf.

Comment: Sheer Stupidity (Score 1) 903

by arthurpaliden (#45840307) Attached to: US Justice Blocks Implementation of ACA Contraceptive Mandate
Americans have got to be the stupidest people on the planet. Everyone screams about abortion but at the same do every thing thy can to make it harder for people to access contraception something that has been shown in study after study as reducing not only abortions but also health and social services costs.. Then again almost 50% of them think the Bible is a science text book so I guess that explains it.

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