TDD program for Linux

Janina Sajka janina at
Tue Nov 22 13:13:54 UTC 2005

Yes, I do understand. I have myself observed my spelling grow from poor
to awful in the 30 or so years I've now lived since my last days with

I am these days chatting with an individual from the DC area LUG who's
losing sight. I'm trying to get him to be smart and think of how to
succeed with speech (and maybe a little braille) while he can still.
But, the guy isn't ready. He spends his time ranting about what isn't,
how the glasses aren't cutting it, etc., etc.

T. Joseph CARTER writes:
> Janina Sajka wrote:
> > But then it's [English is]
> > also a second language for many of the blind people on this list.
> I've ranted many times that the Blind need to learn some written language,
> be it print before they lose their vision, large print for those who can,
> and Braille for all of the above.  One too many people in college who
> can't actually spell the word because speech is all they've ever known,
> you understand.  *grin*
> -- 
> "We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence, therefore, is not an act,
> but a habit."
> 	-- Aristotle
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