PG Manney wrote:
Has anyone ever built a Braille writer out of a punched tape machine? It
seems to me that slight mods (i.e. embossing, not punching) would be needed.
I have a blind (she doesn't like to be called "visually challenged")
who asked me about OCR-to-Braille conversion, and I thought I'd ask you
ps Speaking of political correctness, how do you take _your_ coffee? I like
mine Hispanic (rather than Caucasian or African-American) in color, and
As a friend of mine has said in the past, people who need euphemisms are
I vaguely recall from many years back some info on converting a dot
matrix printer (probably an MX-80) to Braille output. Unfortunately
my old magazine archive was a casualty several moves ago.
"Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails
of the last priest." [Denis Diderot, "Dithyrambe sur la fete de rois"]