Ar 04:59 -0800 1999-12-01, scríobh Alain:
>À 11:33 99-12-01 +0000, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com a écrit :
>>He thought about it and, 2 days later, come up with his own solution, that
>>surprised me for its semplicity and geniality:
>>He simply used the word "ENGLISH" as a symbol for the English language!
Why a gif? Why not plain text?
>[Alain] Well, blind speakers generally have devices to read for them, so
>why not then use characters rather than (or why not, in addition to)
Software can read the text. Software can't read the gif.
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